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    Default Please List the TOP (4)Electric Predator Call from Cabela's....Please

    IN descending order Please pick the (4) FOUR top E-callers from Cabela's.

    YES, It has to come from Cabela's "ONLY".....!!!!!!

    I will NOT exceed $599.-- CABELA'S Retail Price.

    http://www.cabelas.com/catalog/brows...3Bcat104725980

    Yes, I understand the CS24B works for you......I got that. But Cabela's does not carry that caller.

    But, why does it have to be Cabela's.........Because I have $160.00 in Cabela's BUCKS to spend.

    Please Rate only Cabela's e-callers
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    #1) your top pick ____________
    #2)__________
    #3)__________
    #4) fourth choice

    Thank you for the help. Note: I will be back packing the e-caller, I will not be snow machining.

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    I only have experience with the hellfire and it did an amazing job if you keep the batteries warm.

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    If you plan on mostly truck hunting and not being out in uber-cold weather or strapping it down to a ATV/Snowmachine and pounding on it, here's what I'd go with.

    1. Shockwave
    2. Hellfire
    3. Fury II
    4. Firestorm

    Whatever caller you get, you'll need batteries. I highly recommend Li-Ion batteries. They're expensive, but simply work in the cold better than anything else I've tried. Two of my original packs from probably 5 or 6 years ago are still going strong.

    Since you cut out the CS-24B, which sounds like the caller you'd get if you had that money elsewhere, maybe you should look at trying to sell your certificates somehow or buy something for a buddy and then get the cash from them.

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    1. Wildfire II
    2. Wildfire 2
    3. Wildfire dos
    4. Wildfire II

    On sale for $170 right now I think, get the decoy for another $60 I think. Its worked great for me all year and i'm still on the first set of batteries (lithiums)! I've managed a coyote and a lynx with mine. Seems durable and its nice and compact, goes in my backpack nice.

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    Snowcamoman, I don't really hunt anymore........But I throw the pack on most days and go for a walk. I enjoy watching animal behavior. My snow machine days are over. I have a wolf who is scheduled that is scheduled for DLP execution. He ate 2 1/2 pairs of snowshoes this weekend, my fault for leaving them get wet. Ate 100% of the rawhide webbing and most of the wood.

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    [QUOTE=snowcamoman;1231840]If you plan on mostly truck hunting and not being out in uber-cold weather or strapping it down to a ATV/Snowmachine and pounding on it, here's what I'd go with.

    1. Shockwave
    2. Hellfire


    O'Kay.....It is choose time.

    Is the Shockwave "WORTH" the $250.00 more than the Hellfire......????

    This will be the ONLY e-caller I will ever buy......ever.

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    O'Kay.....It is choose time.
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    Is the Shockwave "WORTH" the $250.00 more than the Hellfire......????

    This will be the ONLY e-caller I will ever buy......ever.

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    I have reached my decision, after Snowcamoman's advise.......I have ordered the Shockwave. I had to do the shuck and jive (Read begging, crying, and several phone calls) I got the $50.00 coupon & the discount shipping both.

    Thank you to all for your input........

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    Way to go AGL4Now. That thing has some pretty wild features. I've checked it out here at the local Sportsman's and the new remote looks really nice. I've chatted with a few guys in the states that use lots of e-callers and they are super happy with the Shockwave. That's good you were able to additional $50 coupon discount. Make sure to get some good batteries for the caller. Eneloops, Imedion's, and the new FoxPro low discharge NiMh are all excellent batteries. If you go the Li-Ion battery route, let me know, it will likely require some modified connector and soldering to make those fit up for the Shockwave.

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    My quandary shortly is going to be finding someone in Anchorage that can teach me to operate it, they can shoot everything. I am stoked to take it out on the Turnagain beach and see how many bears come running.

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