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5 Deer Hunting Calls You Can Count On

5 Deer Hunting Calls You Can Count On

Photo By Ron Sinfelt

These deer hunting calls can help you bring big bucks into range this fall.

Compiled by M.D. Johnson

deer hunting callsPrimos Bottleneck Grunt Call

Primos' Bottleneck Grunt Call produces surprisingly big sounds from a lightweight compact tube. Ideal for mid-range grunts, the Bottleneck's soft flexible tapered design automatically creates all the back-pressure necessary to reproduce a wide range of ultra-realistic whitetail vocalizations.primos.com $19


mantis_pro_400 copyGSM Outdoors/Western River Mantis Pro

The Mantis Pro 400 from Western River comes pre-loaded with 400 different sounds ranging from whitetails to wild turkeys, moose, fox, wolf, and coyote. A 4-inch reflex speaker delivers an amazing 110 decibels of realistic sound, all controlled remotely from as far away as 300 yards. Add Bluetooth, and stream an almost limitless library of sounds. gsmoutdoors.com $200


Hunter's Specialties Nemesis Deer Call

Nemesis copyIt's an entire herd in your hands, thanks to the Nemesis from Hunter's Specialties. Doe bleats, young bucks, mature bucks, rutting bucks; the Nemesis does it all, and all with a simple twist of the mouthpiece. No buttons to push and nothing but natural whitetail sounds. hunterspec.com $20

Flextone_gruntr_02Flextone WTF Grunt'R

Designed in part by professional hunters and TV's Whitetail Freaks, Don and Kandi Kisky, Flextone's WTF Grunt'R call uses Inflection Chamber Technology to naturally reproduce a wide array of whitetail vocalizations. From perfect fawn and doe bleats to mature buck grunts, roars, and snort/wheezes, this call truly does it all. flextonegamecalls.com $20

deer hunting callsQuaker Boy Brawler Buck Call

Quaker Boy might best be known for their block-buster turkey calls, however, the folks in Orchard Park, New York, aren't slouches when it comes to designing a deer call. Built to mimic precisely the inner-workings of a big buck's throat and chest as he vocalizes, the Brawler is a very versatile grunt call. quakerboy.com $27



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