I just think it is easier and produces the same bleat every time, whereas with the TT you have to make sure the tube is compressed the same each time. I do use the TT for some bleats in conjuntion with grunts in a series, but if it is just some occassional bleats and grunt, I still prefer the can. JMHORangeball said:Curious why you guys use the can with the true talker instead of just making the can bleats on your true talker?
I messed with a can at Walmart, can duplicate the sound on my TT without any problems...
Dont worry, the console in my truck is filled with goose callsRangeball said:wk, I guess I'm weird. I keep my TT in my car, practice every time I drive somewhere, getting some pretty strange looks... I typically do this every year a month or so before the season opens to get back in the groove.
I look at is as an instrument. So far so good.
i use only the bleat in heat,ihave incredible success with it.ive used grunt calls with limited success.ive only called in does with antlers.it may be because where i live in wva the buck to doe ratio is very unbalanced.camogr said:I've had success rattleing but not much with my grunt call. I have a 6 in 1 call from fawn to mature buck but seem to have no luck with it.
What do you guys use and what type of calling patterns do you use?