I've got a Primos antelope call. Came with a tape. Haven't tried any others.
This one works very well and is simple to use. Lot's of fun this time of year; you can call does away from the herd to the point of walking within 30yds of the truck sitting on a road. Boy, does the buck get antsy trying to keep his harem in a bunch!
Here the rifle season starts after the rut, but I have called in a herd from nearly 1/2 mile away on opening morning. First shot though and you may as put it in your pocket.
Hey Bruce, can you tell me a little more about your Antelope call? What kind of sound does it make........some type of mating call or feeding call? Is it a buck sound or a doe sound. When do I use it.....early in the morning or late? Sounds like something I might try....thanks!
Sorry I never responded sooner, we were about 1000 mi. n. chasing moose. Just got back today.
It's sort of a "tooooooo, tooo, tooo, tooo sound. I've had the best luck in the morning, but playing in Aug. I called some to within 50yds of the 1/2 ton sitting on a road in the middle of the afternoon. Like all calling, I think the situation determines the response. The one's that came to the truck were a herd of does with a buck madly trying to keep them together. Though I was laughing, I felt sorry for the buck. 2 does were bound and determined to come to the call, and the buck was determined to keep all of them. I don't think he even noticed the sound was coming from my truck till he was about 50yds away, ha!
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