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Rich Cronk

New calling sound

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I am going to reveal a hot new sound that I recently created. Although it will call all predators, it is a really super bobcat calling magnet. It is also good for calling those highly pressured old coyotes that wise up to normal calling sounds that others are using.

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Geez, Rich, you just gave away one of my secrets. LOL - Just kidding, as I am always preaching the merits of squeak sounds. Some folks will use it to just bring an animal in the rest of the way, however, I have used it numerous times as the primary sound to call coyotes, and am still amazed how effective it works, even after approx 8 yrs of using them in place of rabbit distress. Our largest dog killed so far was with the squeak sound.Anyway, guess I better listen to yours now. lolFrank

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Sounds great. Might be just the thing for those yotes up in Red Bluff that don't seem to like anything on the Foxpro. I assume its a double reed call?
-----------------------------------------The new sound was a result of recording two versions of my lip squeak, and combining them into a duet with the help of a program called Cool Edit. I am a bit biased perhaps, but I believe that this sound is even better than the old Burnham cottontail duet. Today is the very first time that I posted the sound on a public board. I did E mail it to a caller in Kentucky a week or two ago, and he called in a large bobcat with that sound. I would appreciate hearing from any of you folks who decide to load the sound on your E caller. I am betting that I will read some interesting results.

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Thanks Rich! It does sound great. Will this sound play in stereo?

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------------------------I think I recorded the sound in mono, but the critters won't mind.

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I haven't been out much for the past few weeks due to friends passing away. I did get out for one late afternoon stand where I killed a big female a few weeks ago, and still looking for her mate. He is a big rascal. Just before dark, I was playing the new sound and I thought the big rascal was on his way. It was a good half mile to where I first picked up movement, fast movement, in about the openest field connected to this particular piece of land. As it turned out, it was a big German Shepherd, collar and all. Best I can figure, he had to come from a farmhouse that is about a mile from my stand. So, Rich, Wiley's cousin liked the sound too! Our bobcat season is open now, and I look forward to seeing if I can get that big one to show up again. The sound is great coming through two speakers too, just more of a good thing. :653:

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I will definitely give that one a try Rich. That'll put a tingle up a bobcat's leg fer sure.

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I am going to reveal a hot new sound that I recently created. Although it will call all predators, it is a really super bobcat calling magnet. It is also good for calling those highly pressured old coyotes that wise up to normal calling sounds that others are using.
Rich, would you pass on a coyote to wait for a bobcat or take whatever comes in whenever and simply stay on the stand longer for the bobcat?

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Rich, would you pass on a coyote to wait for a bobcat or take whatever comes in whenever and simply stay on the stand longer for the bobcat?
-----------------------------------------Jim,It depends on how bad I want a bobcat. The animals do not seem to be frightened by gunfire unless said animal is the one being shot at. The problem as I see it, is that cats are so sneaky that you could have one ten feet away and not know it. It would make a feller feel pretty bad if he were to shoot a thirty yard coyote, and then see a cat jump from behind a bush 10 yards away because the boom of a rifle hurt his dang ears. :signlol2iu:

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