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    ive been looking at the wildfire and am seriously considering upgrading from my spitfire to the wildfire. i have had some succses with the spitfire, calling in 3 critters (1fox, 1lynx, 1coyote).is it it worth the extra 100bucks?
    any thoughts, comments or sugestions? thanks, joefish
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    they only real difference between them is the new remote from what i was looking at. i ended up getting the firestorm better sound and can hold more but comes with a price havent been able to use it much but had coyotes calling to me on a cold night. hope this helps you

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    My Spitfire seems to work just as well as the rest of them. Battery life is good. Sound is good. It's probably called in a couple hundred fox so far. Seems like the money would be better spent on a decoy...if you don't already have one.

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    If you have the money to buy a wildfire, you should consider just a few dollars more for a Wildlife Technologies. Check out the sound comparison charts/graphs on their web site against the fox pro.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ramhemi View Post
    If you have the money to buy a wildfire, you should consider just a few dollars more for a Wildlife Technologies. Check out the sound comparison charts/graphs on their web site against the fox pro.
    Do we really need to check the charts/graphs on THEIR website against the Foxpro?

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