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    looking a fox caller

    looking a bit of info please...dose anyone on here use this type of caller..if so are they any good..

    Best Fox Call Silver Stainless Steel Fox Calling Caller - Tenterfield Whistle | eBay

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    yes mate i use a plastic variant and they work well ,but practice is the key to the sounds as they are hard at first, easy to make takes a few mins atb wayne ps there is a vid on youtube just put in tenterfield and watch the chap its easy after that

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    Quote Originally Posted by mereside View Post
    yes mate i use a plastic variant and they work well ,but practice is the key to the sounds as they are hard at first, easy to make takes a few mins atb wayne ps there is a vid on youtube just put in tenterfield and watch the chap its easy after that

    cheers for the reply mereside..
    will take a look now

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    i brought one of ebay, i havent had much look, theres a nack to it, but i havent got it lol

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    hope this helps , i like a plastic one as you can alter the pitch whilst using it ,atb wayne

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    lol, watching the u tube clip hasnt helped me any

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    it does take abit of practice but all of a sudden it clicks into place the only advice i can give is try not to blow to hard at first it will come in time,
    blimey sounds like a porno add, atb wayne

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    I have bought one of these but have never really got the hang of it, I can get it to whistle when at home but when under pressure out in the field I have never been able to get it to work.

    We have had lots of success with this one though, can't recomend it enough:

    http://www.bestfoxcall.co.uk/originalbestfoxcall.htm

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    Concur with the last post, a mate has a tenterfield one and its hard to use, the original best fox call is so easy, hands free and pretty loud.

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    Got 1 of these from Mereside and yes it does take practise but well worth the effort .

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