Give ’em the Third Degree™ (Third Degree – a severe questioning of a criminal suspect to obtain a confession). This call has been specifically designed by Randy Anderson to jar ’em loose with that irresistible distress that you can take to a super high pitch.
This call imitates the whimpering cries of a female coyote during the preliminary stages of the breeding process. Randy captured the rare event on video as seen on the “Mastering The Art® of Predator Calling” DVD. This sound attracts all coyotes from young pups to adults, not just the dominate males. Coyotes are a very curious animal. There have even been fox and bobcats visit this sound.
This call houses two metal reeds thus giving it the name double. The special reeds are designed to give this call a high-pitched and raspy sound unique to the predator calling world. You can use this call as the primary call or save it for later to bring in those educated critters. Works on all predators including coyotes, bobcats, fox, etc.
This call houses two metal reeds thus giving it the name double. The special reeds are designed to give this LOUD call a low-pitched and raspy sound unique to the predator calling world. You can use this call as the primary call or sometimes it works best to save it for later in the set to jar loose those educated critters. Works on all predators including coyotes, bobcats, fox, etc.
The name “Ki-Yi” was derived from the sound an injured dog makes. Our Ki-Yi™ also produces the raspy, distress calls of prey, which appeals to all predators. This call has a removable mouthpiece which can be used alone to produce the various pitches ranging from fawn distress calls, pup whines to rabbit screams. It is easy to use and is small which makes it great for compact carry. The shrill wake-up calls of the Ki-Yi™ will definitely get their attention.
Randy Anderson says that this is the best bobcat call he has ever used. This call creates the meow of a bobcat, as well as rabbit and fawn distress calls. Cat Nip™ is a bite and blow style call. You control the tone and pitch by varying the pressure of your bite and regulating the amount of air you blow into the call. Pinching down on the end of the barrel also changes the tone of the call. Cat Nip™ is very versatile and can be used to call in coyotes, foxes and bobcats.
You may be familiar with Randy Anderson from his “Calling All Coyotes” video series. If you’ve seen him call, you know what he’s capable of. We have combined our call knowledge with his expertise in speaking the coyote’s language to bring you a series of calls that make us proud. The Lil’ Dog™ comes with two separate mouthpieces: just pop the white one on for long-range calling and the green one on for close-in calling. The detachable horn gives it great versatility. The Lil’ Dog™ is an open-reed style call that reproduces mouse peeps, distress calls of birds, jackrabbits, cottontails, fawns and pup whines. It is also a great pup howler. Blow ’em away with the Lil’ Dog™.
This Hot Dog™ is one bad dog! Fool those educated coyotes. The mouthpiece detaches from the horn to sound like two distinctly different coyotes. This will give you the edge during mating season and battling over territorial boundaries. The Hot Dog™ is super loud making it a great locator call. It’s also versatile enough to create distress calls of birds, cottontails, jackrabbits, pups, fawns and deer. This large howler’s mouthpiece alone creates smooth sounding howls. The horn adds rasp and volume to your calling. The Hot Dog™ is designed specifically to Speak The Language® of the coyote.
These mouth calls have been designed to Speak The Language® of the coyote. The Sonic Dome™ predator mouth call is used to create higher pitched howls. It has a natural skip that perfectly reproduces the interrogation howl that Randy uses to lure in wise old coyotes. The Double Howler™ predator mouth call has a deeper pitch, which is perfect for making the coyote’s lonesome greeting howl. Both calls make the full range of coyote howls and distress calls. Get out there and Speak The Language®.
Primos has teamed up with Randy Anderson to bring you the Mouth Call Howler Pak. The Sonic Dome® predator mouth call is used to create higher pitched howls. It has a natural skip that perfectly reproduces the interrogation howl that Randy uses to lure in wise old coyotes. The Double Howler™ predator mouth call has a deeper pitch, which is perfect for making the coyote’s lonesome greeting howl. Both calls make the full range of coyote howls and distress calls. The megaphone is included to increase the range of your calling and give it direction.
The Raspy Coaxer™ is two calls in one. It creates a combination of long range screams and close range coaxes by reproducing the scream of a rabbit and the whines and whimpers of injured rodents. To make the Rabbit-Scream, blow into the mouthpiece and cover the Rodent Coaxer™ voice hole. To make the Rodent-Scream, cover the end of the barrel and blow.
The Coyote Bear Buster™ reproduces the pitch, tone and volume of a deer’s bleat as deer communicate, and it reproduces the bawl of a fawn or a young deer in distress. It attracts coyotes, bears, foxes, bobcats, mountain lions, and other predators looking for an easy meal.
The Mouse Squeeze™ is so simple to operate that anyone can use it on their first try. Because you never blow on it, there’s no moisture to freeze it up. It is very effective when predators are at a close range and need a little more coaxing to close the deal. You will be glad you have this easy-to-use call on your next hunt.
The Still™ Mouse Squeaker is great for attracting predators close because it reproduces the sounds of field mice and other rodents. The hands free option lets you keep your gun up and ready. The perfect close range coaxer!
The hands free option of the Still™ Jackrabbit Call enables you to reproduce whines, whimpers and screams of a jackrabbit while having your gun ready. This call is also very versatile: blow hard to call predators at long range, blow softly for close range predators.
The hands free Still™ Cottontail Rabbit is great for reproducing the high-pitched scream of a cottontail rabbit at close range or long range. Just change the air pressure to vary the volume.
Mastering the Art® of the coyote language is easy when you have a good teacher. Randy Anderson will show you step-by-step, how to bring in those coyotes. Randy shares his unique system of howling in coyotes as well as more commonly used tactics such as using distress calls. To become a master, you need to have a mentor. We’ve found a good one for you in Randy Anderson. So, join Randy Anderson along with Team Primos® as we teach you how to Master the Art® of predator hunting.
The Predator Master Pak gives you all the tools you need to start calling in predators, including the latest Truth Calling All Coyotes to get your adrenaline pumping before your next hunt.