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hunter10
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Re: Whats your noise maker.

Postby hunter10 » Tue Jan 30, 2018 10:41 am

I have a Icotec 300 and Icotec PD 200 spinner decoy. Great call and decoy so far. Good distance, sounds good to me and decoy spins good. I just suck and haven’t got one called in yet


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Re: Whats your noise maker.

Postby alleyyooper » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:34 am

There is a learning curve, seems like it took me for ever. I started keeping a journal so I could write down what I had did so I could try not to do the wrong thiung twice and repete to the right things.

Talking to a freind over the week end, he said that doing the rabbit in distress call soft at first then about 15 minutes on set start raiseing and lowering the volume. Said it sounds like a rabbit fight for life.

:D Al
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alleyyooper
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Re: Whats your noise maker.

Postby alleyyooper » Wed Jan 31, 2018 12:34 am

There is a learning curve, seems like it took me for ever. I started keeping a journal so I could write down what I had did so I could try not to do the wrong thiung twice and repete to the right things.

Talking to a freind over the week end, he said that doing the rabbit in distress call soft at first then about 15 minutes on set start raiseing and lowering the volume. Said it sounds like a rabbit fight for life.

:D Al
Your not fully dressed with out a smile.

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