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Primos Hot Dog Predator Call
Primos Hunting
Average Rating: 4.2 star rating (10 Reviews)
List Price: $23.82
Our Price: $18.99
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  • LOUD howler for long-range calling and locating
  • Detachable mouthpiece for distress calls
Product Description:
This Hot Dog is one bad dog! Fool those educated coyotes. The mouthpiece detaches from the horn to sound like two distinctly different coyotes. This will give you the edge during mating season and battling over territorial boundaries. The Hot Dog is super loud making it a great locator call. It’s also versatile enough to create distress calls of birds, cottontails, jackrabbits, pups, fawns and deer. This large howler’s mouthpiece alone creates smooth sounding howls. The horn adds rasp and volume to your calling. The Hot Dog is designed specifically to Speak The Language of the coyote.
 
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4.0 out of 5 stars  Nice call for the money.
By A Customer on May 17, 2016
Just like anything else. Practice. I can get the Dogs howling in the neighborhood pretty good. was a little disappointed as to obliviously made of very cheap materials. I question how long it will actually hold up. Time will tell.

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Primos! Nuff said.
By Hunter on April 07, 2016
Use mainly Primos, and it's a Primos. Haven't used it yet, as I purchased it late to fill out the rest of my Primos call set. No, am not affiliated with Primos, but when you find something that works in the woods you tend to stick to it. Dogs, Hogs, Deer, I just use Primos cause I know what I'm getting.

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4.0 out of 5 stars  Seems like a quality call
By jv on March 02, 2016
Seems like a quality call, solid plastic construction. Haven't had much success yet, but I'm chalking that up to learning how to make the call do what I want at this point.

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2.0 out of 5 stars  Terrible
By AuburnFanatic on January 07, 2016
The only 2 good sounds to get out of this is a pup in distress or a buck grunting. If you are wanting a howl get a diaphragm or an electronic call. But this is not it, if you get too loud it sounds like puberty cause the sound cracks. Primos has a good line of equipment. Just not this one.

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3.0 out of 5 stars  There are better
By WFFJ on May 01, 2015
There are plenty of open-reed calls that are better than this one. I'll keep it for a spare, or toss it into the glove box of my car so I can use it for a locator call when driving around at night.

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5.0 out of 5 stars  A great howler
By ap on February 04, 2015
Great howler. I'd seen it used in some of Anderson's videos. Carried on some nice conversations with the coyotes on the first trip out, and the other guys out with me said they couldn't tell the difference between it and the actual coyotes. One howl in particular evicted a couple of whitetails out of their bedding area several hundred yards away.

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