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2010 TIPS!

CALLING TIP WHEN STARTING TO CALL

Now here is a great tip as seen on my NIGHT VISION Predator calling DVD, this is a tip I strongly suggest you try!

When you start calling in jackal areas, start with a caller with you, start at a very low pitch with a friendly jackal barking, a very social, soft barking jackal, not an aggressive or challenging dog, just a normal friendly barking jackal. Let it play at a soft volume for 3-4 barks, and allow volume so it travels 100m, then put off for 20 second, then do it again, then after 20 second up volume for 200m - gooi a few barks and bark 3-4 times then put it off again.

Then again for a range of 300m, and then STOP ALTOGETHER. After 10 seconds gooi food sound, and carry one, and watch your results.

This way a jackal hears another dog, and then he hears food and assumes they caught a rabbit or whatever and he will come in easier 

SOUND QUALITY TIP FOR A HAND CALLER

If you hold a hand caller with a glove it muffles the sound, so hold it with an open glove FREE hand, it will be crisper and sharper sounding and the sound will travel longer in range.

ELECTRONIC CALLING TIP

Now, this is a great tip, if you put an electronic on a sand road or sandy area and play it and then mark area the sound travels to if you walk it out, try putting the caller on your bakkies bonnet or roof on METAL, walk out that range again and you will see the sound travels longer range if on metal than when it was on sand, you will gain more than 100m from a metal base than a sandy base! So, if an electronic battery is going flat, bring it closer to you, put on the metal bonnet or roof and with lower volume and you will still get longer range! TRY IT! See for yourself.  Or put it on a rock, but avoid sand.

TRY THESE TIPS – THEY WORK AND CAN BE SEEN ON MY NIGHT VISION DVD!!

 

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