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How to use the Thomas Variable Pitch Predator to Hawk Call
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Hunting predators can be tricky business. Wildlife predators are all over the United States and different states address their hunting restrictions in different ways. Predators are a particular concern in states that have an emphasis on cattle and other livestock production, in addition to conserving game for recreational hunting within the state.
Three states we highlight here are Oklahoma, Kansas, and Colorado, where the regulations for predator hunting, especially coyote, are fairly generous. Since the variable pitch predator to hawk call can also be used to hunt quail, pheasants, and other small game birds, we thought it might be helpful to link to those states’ regulations and permit requirements for bird hunters as well.
We hope this is helpful to you. Thomas Game Calls wants you to have a successful hunt wherever you go. Our Variable Pitch Predator to Hawk Call was handcrafted to help.
The two men were resting from the hunt and subsequent cleaning of their take. Josh was grateful that Jared had thought to bring some bacon and jalapenos to dress the quail for their dinner tonight over the campfire. “It was the least I could do after you remembered to bring that call. I can’t believe how many we got in the air today,” he had said.
The Variable Pitch Predator to Hawk Call from Thomas Game Calls was a gift from Melanie’s father a few Christmases ago. It had proven its worth repeatedly and today was no different. Out here in the middle of nowhere, the two men were just settling in with full stomachs, warm feet, and evening conversation when the first coyote howled.
Jared looked at Josh with a hint of an excited smile as more dog songs came from all around them. “Well, if that isn’t an invitation, I don’t know what is. Wish we’d thought to bring a coyote call.”
Josh gave his brother a boyish grin and, holding up his Thomas call, said, “Wanna see what else this thing can do?” They both grabbed their guns and reloaded them, doused the fire, grabbed some flashlights, and went in search of higher ground.