405 Dawg Gone Predator Call
Makes a wide array of predator sounds. Features a wide reed, plastic barrel and the new Tone Tuner with automatic Lip Positioner.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR MAKING CORRECT SOUNDS
Jack Rabbit – Use reed in the “B” position by placing upper lip or teeth closest to the barrel. Depress reed and blow ½ to 1 second burst of air through the call making the sound “Waa – Waa – Waa.” To get a Juvenile Jack sound, adjust lip/teeth on the reed to the “M” position.
Cottontail – Place lip/teeth between the “M” & “T” position, depress reed while blowing a 1 second burst of air through the call making the sound “Waa – Waa – Waa.” To make a Juvenile Cottontail sound, move to the “T” position.
Doe Distress – Place lip/teeth in the “M” position, depress reed while blowing 1½ to 2 second burst of air through the call making the sound “Waaaa – Waaaa – Waaaa.” To imitate a fawn, place lip/teeth between the “T” & “M” position.
Distressed Canine – Depress the reed between “T” & “M” position while blowing bursts of air at 2 to 2 ½ second intervals making the high pitched sound of “Yiiiiip – Yiiiiip – Yip – Yiiiiip – Yip.”
Rodent Squeaks – Depress the reed in the “T” position while blowing 1/3 to ½ second bursts of air through the call.
Wolf Ki Yi’s – Obtained by blowing and adding pressure with your lips to the reed; the harder you apply pressure the higher the note. The higher notes can also be obtained while blowing on the reed towards the tip. Lower notes are obtained further down the reed.