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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by Meach, Feb 20, 2021.
Definitely an advantage over us weekend warriors. I’ll have some additional ecallers one day
I bought a system from him, good stuff but I did come with mud on it so I know it saw "field" tested.
Do you recommend then that if a guy only has 1 caller with 2 to 4 speakers and an edge hide that the decoy spread is as close to the hide as the speaker wires will allow? 20 to 50 ft as an example? Depending on the edge cover putting decoys that close to cover seems wrong. Please advise and thanks.
You bought a caller from us? I can assure you we have never sold a caller thats seen time in the field to a customer let alone left the shop.
If you only have one caller I would set it where you want it in the spread and turn it on and off as birds get there if you don't have a remote then set it and forget it. If they get over the caller and bug out or flare go turn it down. It is super unnecessary to mess with the volume.
I bought a download and put it on a card. Is there a way to modify it so it loops continuously without a break in sound. The break seems to flare birds. As you can tell I am tech illiterate. Thanks
Shoot me a PM and let me know what track it was and how big the SD card is and I can loop it longer for you.
I sent the PM. Thanks
I get a lot of them to come in, especially late in the day, with no e-callar on. Big flocks, sunset or after. Otherwise, just socks and an e-call. But, if I didn't have an e-call I would still go.
They had e-caller and were manually calling specs.