Discussion in '2011 Whitetail General' started by JrNation88, Nov 7, 2010.

1. ### JrNation88Active Member

Jan 2, 2009
BOCO
never been huge on calling, probably because i'm not sure how it's supposed to go. Had a little luck but was wondering what types of calling sequences you do (all calls included). I only get to hunt 3 more times before the lead starts flying all around and would like to get a couple looks before then down my peep

2. ### beanpilejust a no body

all i have is a can & a grunt tube .. Yesterday the Bucks I saw ignored them regardless .. I dont think it matters.. you got to find the right buck that cares to check out whats making the noise

3. ### MailmanWell-Known Member

Feb 2, 2005
Blue Springs Mo
I've grunted in three bucks but none were shooters this year. Vector Grunt tube is the only one I use. I blow just enough air to get it to sound off and keep just enough air to make about a 3 or 4 second very low guttural sounds twice back to back with 5 seconds between and then two or three short low grunts. If I don't get a response in 5 minutes I use the Can just once and sit tight. Some sneak in but I've had some come in fairly fast. With my call I've found that if I use the lowest setting on the O-Ring adjustment and the extend a tube closed all the way they tend to like it more. I did send one little 5 point high tailing it Friday morning. I watched him through my bino's while I called. He looked in my direction at the first grunt but when I sent the second one a minute later he laid his ears back and bolted over the hill. I'm guessing he got a butt whoopin before in that area.

4. ### Big JohnNew Member

Oct 24, 2003
Doe doe doe doe, buck buck doe doe doe doe......