New Page 2


You are a Guest at TalkHunting

As a guest here, you are able to view some of the topics to get a feel for how this site works. However, you will not be able to post replies until you become a member. We hope that you will register (free) and become a member. This will open up all of the website for you to see. We are a very friendly group and we do not allow any bashing, fighting, or vulgarity. If you are looking for a family friendly site to talk about hunting, you have found it here at TalkHunting. You will find this a very comfortable and friendly place to visit and hang out. We hope to see you soon!

If you are having problems getting registered or you didn't receive your activation email, click the "Contact Us" link at the top left of this page.

New Page 3

Google Ad

Author Topic: Deer Calls  (Read 337 times)

Offline TennaSea

  • Fawn
  • Join Date: Sep 2008
  • Posts: 14
  • Location: 158 Governors Way, Brentwood, TN 37027
Deer Calls
« on: September 26, 2008, 06:18:42 PM »
I have heard that both Mule Deer and Elk will respond to a  predator call.  Does anyone know for sure if this works and how?
Tennessee Bill

Offline bigjim

  • Prize Winner
  • 10 Point
  • Join Date: Aug 2008
  • Posts: 1227
  • Location: Pauls Valley, OKlahoma
  • Eat, sleep, Hunt, fish, need I say more!
Re: Deer Calls
« Reply #1 on: September 26, 2008, 11:35:47 PM »
I like to use a fawn distress call during the first week or two of bow season.  I have had mixed results attracting some does and a couple bucks .  It tends to bring in the preditor as well and will run the deer off.  I only use the call if I can see the deer.  Usually any time after first 12 to 14 days the results change to running the deer off. 

I can only speculate that the deer hears the fawn distress call and comes in to see if it may be able to help it?
God bless and happy hunting


New Page 3

Google Ad