Rogue Warrior Predator Call - Knight and Hale
Perfect for predators such as foxes, feral cats and wild dogs.
Adjust the green rubber O-ring to a position about 1/4" from the base of the reed channel. You may need to fine tune this for your desired tone/ Place the mouthpiece in mouth with reed facing up. To perform a predator call, start by putting pressure with your lips halfway between the end of the reed and O-ring/ Push air with short bursts to bark and a long burst to howl. Remember to always taper the howl down lightly; do not stop it abruptly. To perform a rabbit or injured animal squeal, place your lips in similar position as the howl but now give short and long bursts of air in an up and down pattern to simulate dying or injured prey. By moving your lips closer to end of the reed you can make light bird chirps and puppy whines which are great spring time calls. You will use light pressure, but may need to adjust lip placement to get the exact pitch and tone.