New Roads, LA –-(Ammoland.com)- Savvy whitetail hunters have learned the whens and wheres of deer calling through careful observation and experience. Learning when to growl, grunt, bleat or snort-wheeze is just as important as the execution of the call itself.
Unfortunately, too many deer hunters only spook deer when using a call because they use a particular vocalization at the wrong time or fail to produce a compelling and realistic sound. That’s a shame, because compared to many other game animals, whitetail deer vocalizations are much more limited and easier to master – as long as hunters have a call that’s accurate, versatile and easy to use.
Flextone Game Calls are hunter-preferred, because they utilize innovative designs and flexible materials that replicate the soft tissues in the necks and mouths of the animals they are designed to imitate. The approach results in more faithful, true-to-life sounds that can be produced with varying degrees of volume, inflection and tonality. What’s more, Flextone’s vast, online media center contains dozens of instructional videos featuring their …Read the Rest