When hunting for deer, one type of deer call may be great to attract a doe, while another call may be better suited to bringing in a buck. Different deer respond to different calls, and different seasons call for different types. The best deer calls sound like an actual deer, and not like a person using a tool to imitate the animal.
No doe can resist the sound of a fawn bleating. Fawns make a bleating noise when they are hungry or in trouble. It is difficult for a hunter to reproduce the bleating of a fawn using their mouth or an air-powered call. This bleat can reproduces a fawn's soft bleating noise perfectly. It is easy to use and to carry. The hunter simply needs to tip the can over and the back up, similar to the way a toy moo can works. The can is also effective at calling bucks who are mating.
This deer call is small and is designed to be held in the mouth while hunting with a bow. Since you don't need to worry about switching between the call and the bow, your hands are always ready to take aim. The call makes a grunting noise, which deer use to interact with each other. Use it to get a buck's attention and draw him towards you.
If you want a deer call that will handle a range of calls, from grunts to bleats, the Illusion Systems Extinguisher Deer Call is for you. The call features a sliding mechanism that allows you to change the call as needed. It's suitable for attracting does and bucks. The deer call also comes with an instructional video and interactive CD-ROM that shows you how to use the call to talk with the deer.