Know Your Calls
Deep Grunt: In rutting periods the grunt will render big bucks helpless as they try to fend off other bucks in their area. They may hear you grunting and think another buck is chasing a doe and cause them to come into range. This call comes pre-tuned to produce deep mature buck grunts with the o-ring in the lowest position.
Medium-Buck / Doe Grunts: Can be used to get bucks attention. Place o-ring in the middle area of the reed holder.
Bleat: Primarily used in the early season to stimulate the calling of young deer and will often bring in does and bucks to investigate. Place o-ring in the upper area of the reed holder.
Growl: The loud and very aggressive series of grunts made by a buck defending his territory towards a buck of less dominance. This is a very deadly call during all phases of the rut.
This call sounds great! Stopped a buck, like a heart attack with it in Illinois.