Aug 11, 2011, 11:20 AM EDT
Flextone has added another great call to their lineup for this fall, and this one is for the true giants out there. If you’re chasing elk this year, give it a try. I know a lot of people love diaphragm calls, but not everyone can handle having one in their mouth, especially if you’re sucking wind from running to get in front of a herd. The calls not very big, but could put a big bull in your lap. If it works out for you let us all know and be sure to post some pictures for us! - Brett
August, 2011…New Roads, LA – Flextone Game Calls, the industry leader in game call products, introduces their new Bone Collector Series, Bootie Call cow elk call just in time for the upcoming elk season.
The Bootie Call’s soft rubber body is a telemark feature of Flextone Game Calls, creating extremely realistic vocalization sounds. The Bootie Call is fully capable of mimicking cow elk mews, chirps and even estrus cries, totally hands-free. Simply bite down on the call or release the reed under the rubber mouthpiece to raise or lower the pitch to make numerous cow elk sounds while drawing back with your bow or aiming your rifle.
In late 1997, Tom Wiley, an avid duck hunter, decided to test some leftover surgical tubing that he used while working as a nurse to create a duck call. Everyone that heard this call were impressed at how the flexible tubing gave a truer, more natural sound by more accurately mimicking the soft, flexible tissue of an animal’s neck and tongue. From there, Flextone Game Calls was born. Today the products have grown from a spare room in Wiley’s home to being manufactured and distributed from a warehouse in Pearl, MS with a new sales office and showroom opening in 2009 in Starkville, MS. The Flextone line has gone from just a few duck calls to over 100 products and gear for all types of hunting. These products can be found in almost 1,000 stores across the country. For more information on Flextone® Game Calls please visit http://www.flextonegamecalls.com or call 877.993.4868.
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