A few people have suggested they have started running now it could be time to start with the vixen scream.local hunt lads say the are finding pairs in close proximity.[/QUOTE
hunt coming to me in the am ,going to do a patch we rent and i cant shoot it for charlie ,he half cleared a drive on sat so hopefully they may chase him away
Nic eone mate, ill drop you a PM if you want soem calls Ill email them to you. Not got the Fox squalls one wouldnt minda swapI'm another fan of the Scorpion. Mine's been used so much it looks like it's a hundred years old. The case is cracked to buggery along the hinge line (no luck with getting a replacement from Foxpro though ). Recently, I've been experimenting with starting my calling with a series of fox squalls (short yaps) - about 6 - 10, then muting for thirty seconds or so, then giving another brief blast. This is to alert any foxes in the area to the presence of another individual. Then after another pause, I go into the 'Vixen on Heat' or 'Vixen Mating Call'. So far, it's been working well!
I can send you some mate. PM your email address. Do you ahev the cable adn SD card reader? If you want to you can format another SD card (about £4 on ebay) and haev 2 or more cards all you need to do then is just sync it with the handheld unit. Cheers SteveHi Mick,
I hve recently purcased the Foxpro Spitfire caller and was looking to add more calls onto it. Would it be possible for you to please email me the calls that you stored on the Foxpro Scorpion caller?
Agree, Ive had a few come from nowhere very fast adn not had chance to knock the caller off and get a shot at it...I think it's also worth stating that in my experience, for reasons of wind direction and ground layout, the positioning of the caller is more important than the call itself. You could have the sexiest vixen scream going, but if the wind gives you away, or dead ground stops you see a fox approaching until it's too late, you've wasted your time. Ask me how I know...