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    Red Roar audio file suitable for i-pod????????

    Hi,
    Having seen those pre-loaded electronic game-callers - and looking at my i-pod, I'm wondering there must be someone with decent sound-files of reds roaring able to be loaded onto a i-pod (with battery-powered speaker attachment).

    I looked on the 'net last roar - but wind noise (or heavy breathing) polluted those I found.

    does anyone have audio of a roaring red that could be used for my DIY game caller?

    many thanks
    Simon

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    SiB, if you know some techo type up here then I would be happy for someone to come out to my place to record some sounds when my stags start going off.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    Quote Originally Posted by SiB View Post
    Hi,
    Having seen those pre-loaded electronic game-callers - and looking at my i-pod, I'm wondering there must be someone with decent sound-files of reds roaring able to be loaded onto a i-pod (with battery-powered speaker attachment).

    I looked on the 'net last roar - but wind noise (or heavy breathing) polluted those I found.

    does anyone have audio of a roaring red that could be used for my DIY game caller?

    many thanks
    Simon
    Why don't you just use your pipes mate? with a bit of practice you can fool any stag with that easier than an audio caller

    All you need is 12 inches of polly and your laughing - save time and probably money too

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    You are right of course Jack. When a red stag is rarked up you could sound like a cow in calf and still get him to come in.
    It takes 43 muscle's to frown and 17 to smile, but only 3 for proper trigger pull.
    What more do we need? If we are above ground and breathing the rest is up to us!
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    I agree with using poly - I have been using a length that (to my ear) is a reasonable sound - I wanted to explore a 'hands-free' option so that I have time to bring my rifle up. Multi-tasking is not my forte!

    and Rushy - thanks for the offer.

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    Another thing I've noticed is when you a stag really fucking pissed off and in close you can put down the polly and do those deep coughs, I've done that a few times and its helped bring them in the last little bit - having said that its so far only worked with smaller satellite stags. None the less it frees up the hands.

    But I'd be taking up Rushys offer and getting some real stuff as long as you have good recording gear

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    i got a couple audio files on the puter i can email you, the sound al rite i am thinking of doing the same
    send me a email address
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    Have a look at ringtones... I wake up to a stag roar every morning on my alarmclock........ Much to my partners disgust!
    I dont think the i phone will have the volume.

    In my mind it is quicker to drop a roaring horn to fire a shot than put the phone in ur pocket

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    I'm after a red hind call soundfile if anyone can help please? Cheers

    Found these:
    http://www.soundboard.com/sb/Deer_Sounds_audio

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    Dont have an iPhone so cant tell you if it works: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/deer...559006488?mt=8

    Android and others: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...s.deercallspro

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    Aj callers have a sd card with proper red deer calls, all the other ones seem to be american and are not realy red deer

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bavarian_Hunter View Post
    Another thing I've noticed is when you a stag really fucking pissed off and in close you can put down the polly and do those deep coughs, I've done that a few times and its helped bring them in the last little bit - having said that its so far only worked with smaller satellite stags. None the less it frees up the hands.

    But I'd be taking up Rushys offer and getting some real stuff as long as you have good recording gear
    I wonder if they will work on a stag with a bit of size and age on him?
    I change my roars, grunts and barks in volume, pitch and frequency to suit the situation. One of these callers would be just something else to fuck you off in the scrub lugging it around wouldnt it?
    How will they turn around a spooked stag? Or confuse one on your location. I only try to call them in if I know they are holding more than a couple hinds. Otherwise let them do all the work and sneak in on them.
    The less vocal you are or have to be, the better in my experience. Learn to read the ground and conditions where a roaring stag is holed up properly, and take your time.
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    I phone to roar up a stag!........what next, stalking app's?? good days to hunt bad days to hunt app's............. these phones do it all.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Neckshot View Post
    I phone to roar up a stag!........what next, stalking app's?? good days to hunt bad days to hunt app's............. these phones do it all.
    Still havint found an app that mutes my missis on demand tho!!!
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    thanks for the comments guys - I agree nothing beats good stalking - and listening.

 

 

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