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  • Coyotes, Wolves… set the FurFindR for a long medium high pitch, these animals respond by showing up and trying to use the wind to their advantage. They will make increasingly smaller circles. If you have fields that are fenced, use the unit as a carcass set and ring the area with snares and closer in to the unit more leg holds. Coyotes generally will come in to less than fifty yards before deciding there is nothing worth their time. When calling with a rifle, use the unit in heavy brush and draws, set the unit as before and then wait about 15 minutes or so, watching the area all the time.

  • Fox…Most fox will respond to a quick or moderate chirp, set up much the same as for coyotes, with the exception that fox will respond a bit quicker, with gray fox coming the quickest of the fox.

  • Bobcats, Lynx, Lions…These animals will respond to most any sound made with the FurFindR, it just depends on the habitat your finding them in on how they respond. In brushy areas they will use every bit of cover, as with most ledge rock areas. Using the unit in open areas will require lots of patience. However using the unit at night for these animals is an almost sure catch.

  • Raccoons…These family oriented animals respond to a very obnoxious chatter from the FurFindR. Quickly paced and sharp chirps are the better choice. Raccoons will respond almost immediately and will most of the time be with others.

  • Badgers…This ground crawler usually travels the same routes as coyotes, but they will cover ground on their own also. They will respond to high-pitched chirps or squeaks, if used in a large hole the unit will always be checked out if this earthmover is around the area.

  • Pine Martin and Fisher..Being mostly heavy forest animals, use the FurFindR set for small rodent squeaks. Mildly loud squeaks usually will bring them to the area around the unit.

  • Raptors..Set the FurFindR for bird distress sounds, quick chirps. Place the unit where the sounds will move out and away, luring raptors into the area, as well as other small meat feeders.

Remember there are no sure calling methods. Habitat, location and sign are your most important assets when using the FurFindR unit to increase your harvest.

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