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I just got into predator hunting the last month or so.....mostly useing Casscreek callers.but wanted to get something with a remote...Did nt want to spend big money on a FP just yet...read alot of reviews on the GC300 and they all were pretty good..so I ordered one to try....What do you guys think about this caller seems pretty nice...its not reprogrammable.but heck how many sounds do you need..thanks Russ
 

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I've been wanting to know the same thing. I'm only going to use it a few times a year and don't really want to drop alot of cash.
 

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I got one from Boondock Outdoors as a result of the boycott. First time out with it on the Friday before the end of Fox season I got a grey fox on my first set. I did another 3 sets and got Coyotes to respond to the female howl but we were in a bad location, never saw them or got them to come to the call. I would still consider it a decent affordable E-caller.
 

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scottm2012 said:
I got one from Boondock Outdoors as a result of the boycott. First time out with it on the Friday before the end of Fox season I got a grey fox on my first set. I did another 3 sets and got Coyotes to respond to the female howl but we were in a bad location, never saw them or got them to come to the call. I would still consider it a decent affordable E-caller.
Any problems with the way it functions???
 

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scottm2012 said:
I got one from Boondock Outdoors as a result of the boycott. First time out with it on the Friday before the end of Fox season I got a grey fox on my first set. I did another 3 sets and got Coyotes to respond to the female howl but we were in a bad location, never saw them or got them to come to the call. I would still consider it a decent affordable E-caller.
Any problems with the way it functions???
Nothing that I would consider a problem. One slight irritant though is accidentally actuating one of the buttons on the controller while in the pocket. Easy fix though is to use a lanyard.
 

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swpa87 said:
I think you would do better with GOOD mouth calls and some practice.
I agree..I'm an avid caller..love my ernie wilson calls and my knight&Hale and Agressive calls...but i gotta go with the times and i'd love the use of the remote..i'll mix it when i'm experienced enough...but i'm not giving up on my open reed calls...Russ
 
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