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20120112_m1When performed correctly, like elk or turkey calling, deer calling can be an exciting part of whitetail hunting! I always have a grunt tube in my pack when I hit the whitetail woods.

The revolutionary design utilizing the throat, mouth, and nasal passage which allows you to produce a wide range of calls, from fawn bleats to buck grunts. The call allows you to make a variety of sounds for you to emulate multiple deer. This is achieved by moving the rubber 0-ring to the different grooves in the reed and or adjusting the length of the flexible tube.

Flex Tube: For a deeper sound, extend. For a higher sound, shorten the tube.

Bleats: The flexible tube should be removed or fully compressed. Set the o–ring to the desired bleat position, closer to the end of the reed. Blow into the call. Blow lightly for a softer bleat, harder for a loud bleat.

Grunts: Set the o–ring to the desired grunt position, further from the end of the reed. Blow into the call. Blow lightly for a softer grunt, harder for a loud grunt. For deep, aggressive grunts fully extend the flexible tube.

The Mossback 3-in-1 Deer Call comes in 2 versions, the Mossback MossyBack 3-in-1 Deer Call and the Mossback Deadly Obsession Women’s Deer Call. The call is 4 3/4″ in length.

The package includes:

    One Flex Tube

    One Lanyard

    One Mossyback Deer Call

I used this call for several months. In weather from hot and humid to below freezing without the call failing. The only drawback that I found was, that it may take some practice breaking the call down to quickly move the O-ring to the desired location for the sound you want to obtain. This is not any different from any other call. As most hunters do not practice with their calls enough.

I have had positive reactions from does and bucks when calling to them or blind calling. I harvested two does and a one buck while using this call. Overall thoughts are that the call is made very solid, I even drove over it with my Cherokee and it still worked! With some practice this call could find a home in your whitetail arsenal!