Small call with BIG volume initially thought of while on a Springtime denning hunt in Wyoming and Montana with my buddies Allen Alderson and Jim Smith.
This is a very load call and by far the “hardest” of any of my calls to learn how to howl with. The bigger the air channel, the less forgiving a call can be. It will take a little practice for a novice to learn how to howl with this call.
Having said that, I want you to know that I absolutely love this call.
It very easily, with little effort, produces extremely loud jack rabbit and deer and antelope fawn bleats.
It does a great job as a howler because it is loud, yet a fraction of the size as a traditional howler.
This is an extruded acrylic call. At first glance, it is easy to mistake it for a plastic, injection molded call, but it is not.