I just wanted to let everyone know about this call. It is an open reed predator call, capable of mimicing an injured rabbit or deer, a distressed cub, and all the other sounds you have with the versatility of an open reed call. The version I purchased came with an audio tape with clear instructions on how to use the call, as well as, several helpful tips for hunting bears.
I had used the call for about 9 months while hunting coyotes, with great success. This past weekend was my first go at calling in bears. I hunted a high timber area with deep canyons, scattered pines, aspen groves, and sagebrush. It has been very dry in Eastern Washington this year, so we focused on various watering holes. My very first set-up called in a sow with 2 cubs, within the first two minutes. They came on a run through the open area, and then made there way up a steep slope with heavy vegetation at a moderate pace.
Unfortunately, I was only able to hunt one other set-up before having to leave to attend my wife's 10 year reunion. I just wanted to let everyone know that this is a wonderful predator call, that I would reccommend to anyone.
P.S. I also use a wooden Faulks dying rabbit for bears and coyotes, and a Quaker Boy Howler for coyotes.