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    Default My e-caller with a twist

    I finished my e-caller, and again thanks to shoe and mud for all their info. I did'nt use a thermos though, my e-caller is in it's own fur duffle bag/decoy bag. I don't know if it will work but I think the theory is sound. A fox won't shy away from another fox, nor will a coyote or lynx or wolf. The fox had a bad rub mark on it and now i have a use for it. I'll spray a little fox urine near the caller, prop it up as lifelike as I can and we'll see what happens. I'm hopeing to go out newyears day, when hopefully a lot of others will be sleeping in, or in no mood for loud noise. Any thoughts on this setup? I'd love to hear em.
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    Nice modification! Definitely let us know how it works. I hadn't thought about using a lure, but it couldn't hurt.
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    Default Great idea!

    Man looks awesome! Glad you were able to get you're caller together. Can you tie you're callers feet together and wear him as a back pack? Gona have to give you a rep. point for a job well done! Let us know how you do new years.

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    I don't know about wearing it as a backack shoe, but I think I could tie the feet together for a carry handle. I did'nt even think about that, but thats a good idea. Might not get out new years morning, -38 here right now, and thats a little chilly for my bones to sit still for 30 minutes at a time. But I promise this, I will be trying it out very soon, and I'll let you know how it went. Again thanks your help with the info guys.

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