Bull and Cow Vocalizations & How (and when) to Use Calls
Each subscription includes hours upon hours of instructional videos covering a variety of bull and cow vocalizations which take an in-depth look at what each vocalization means, how to reproduce it, and how you can effectively use each vocalization in the field. In addition to the separate Elk Behavior series, Chris spends some time talking in these series about bull and cow linguistics, behavior and how a particular vocalization should be used to help you become an actual elk linguist.
Once you understand the vocalizations, whether you’re just starting out in the world of elk hunting, or are a seasoned veteran, at some point your thoughts turn to elk calls. But with so many calls to choose from, it can be a bit confusing – if not overwhelming – trying to figure out how different calls are used, how to get the best sound out of them, how they sound in comparison to each other, and which one(s) you should buy. In this extensive series for both cow calls, and bugles and bugle tubes, we not only cover how each of the calls is used and how to get the best sound out of them, we also talk about the advantages and disadvantages of each call.
While there are new calls constantly coming out on the market, these series will help you understand the basic types and purpose of each so you can decide whether to purchase (or not) the latest craze.