Gear Roundup: Electronic Game Callers

All it takes is the push of a button to turn novice predator hunters into pros.

Gear Roundup: Electronic Game Callers

ICOtec GEN2 GC350 programmable electronic game caller.

Pure and simple, electronic game callers are a great tool for those hunters who have only marginal confidence in their mouth-calling abilities. By adding the authentic sounds produced by these predator-calling machines, novice callers can add the versatility and realism to their calling efforts that will help level the playing field. The appeal of the e-caller, of course, is that it produces the actual recorded sounds of prey species in distress, the territorial/fighting fracas of other predators and even confidence sounds such as the cries of avian predators and scavengers. E-callers and the multitude of recorded sounds they offer can elevate anyone’s level of proficiency by giving them a tool that delivers that realistic advantage. And they can also be used as a teaching tool. Users can use mouth calls to replicate the actual animal recordings played on their e-caller to gain proficiency. So, whether you’re a beginner or veteran caller, take a look at this handful of top-shelf models that might just expand your predator calling horizons.


Convergent Hunting Bullet HP Bluetooth System

The Convergent Hunting Solutions Bullet HP Complete Bluetooth Game Calling System was designed to be a rugged, high volume, clear sound e-caller that’s used in conjunction with the company’s mobile applications, carry bag and Picatinny phone mount. The Bullet HP has a working range of up to 300 feet, 10 times the distance of standard Bluetooth and uses an integrated rechargeable internal lithium-ion battery that will last all day. It has a built-in decoy that’s controllable via the app that features dual directional, erratic movement that has proven very effective in triggering responses from even the most suspicious predators. Simply pair the Bullet HP with any Android or IOS device and launch one of Convergent Hunting Solution’s mobile apps. 

MSRP: $399.95

Foxpro Hellcat

The new Hellcat from Foxpro comes standard with a decoy integrated into the call and features the all-new blue bird topper to fool the wariest of predators. Its remote control has an ergonomic grip and large backlit LCD screen to make operation a breeze. The Hellcat comes standard with 100 sounds and has the capacity to hold up to 300 sounds, which are listed in categories on the remote, making sound selection easier than ever. Users can store up to10 custom presets for quicker sound (and volume) changes. The caller operates on four AA batteries, and the remote control operates on a 9-volt battery. Like all Foxpro’s digital game callers, the Hellcat is made in the USA. 


FREQ Ultrasonic Game Caller

The new FREQ Game Caller features a wide array of animal sounds recorded with special ultrasonic recording equipment and then played back through the unit’s two premium TrueCast ultrasonic speakers — giving users full-spectrum sound and the ability to call game with never before achieved realism. It comes loaded with 100-plus recorded sounds and will hold up to 1,000+ total sounds. The FREQ also features three “Pro” sequences developed by expert game caller Gary Roberson — coyote, bobcat and fox — that run for roughly 15 minutes each and are especially useful for inexperienced predator hunters or experienced callers who want a good alternative to their own favorite sequences. Additional features include two All-Day NiMh rechargeable batteries, an intuitive MasterMind remote and camo carrying case. 

MSRP: $1,499.99


ICOtec Gen 2 GC350

The ICOtec GEN2 GC350 programmable electronic game caller was developed in response to consumer requests for a tool to combat the ever-growing coyote population as well as the high prices of other brands of callers. It offers outstanding remote technology that activates the main speaker unit out to 300 yards with no line of sight required. Programmability is easy with the GEN2 GC350. All calls are loaded and played directly from a standard size SD media card. The caller is perfect for hunters who have a talent for using mouth calls. They can simply record their sequence, save it and copy it to the SD card to use in the field. The GEN2 GC350 is lightweight, compact and easy to operate.

MSRP: $144.99


Lucky Duck Super Revolt

Built off the solid reputation of Lucky Duck’s Revolt electronic game caller, the Super Revolt has an updated design that is rugged and durable. Featuring 200 preloaded sounds (capacity of 2,000), it has the capability of playing two different sounds at once. The Super Revolt includes a rechargeable lithium-ion battery and charger and features a motorized decoy with erratic motion and a taller, more robust tripod that casts sound farther. It has an additional tweeter speaker for high-frequency sounds and a remote-controlled rotational base that broadcasts sound 360 degrees. It also features a 3.2-inch LCD screen and day/dawn/night modes with 10 levels of brightness. Its LS3X remote with backlit buttons has a range of 100 yards.

MSRP: $749.99 

Mojo Triple Threat

The Mojo Triple Threat delivers the one-two-three punch serious predator hunters are looking for in a game calling system. It includes a high-quality e-caller with a user-friendly remote control, an eye-grabbing decoy and a built-in tripod to get the caller up off the ground so sound will project better. The Triple Threat features a dual sound storage and retrieval system that plays sounds loaded on any standard SD card up to 32 GB or on its 80-sound on-board system. This allows users to custom build sounds for different types of hunts and store them on separate cards. Flush glow-in-the-dark buttons prevent accidental operation and “hot buttons” store favorite sounds at pre-determined volumes. 

MSRP: $239.99


Primos Dogg Catcher 2

The compact and simple-to-use Primos Dogg Catcher 2 is designed to make predator hunting easy and effective. This electronic game caller is packed full of features, including a 100-yard remote and the ability to play two sounds at once — all at an extremely affordable price. Utilizing 12 different proven Randy Anderson sounds, the Dogg Catcher 2 is effective for calling bobcats, foxes and coyotes sure-shot close. Designed for seasoned callers and beginner hunters alike, the Dogg Catcher 2 is lightweight and portable, with adjustable legs to direct sound into the air. It uses four AA batteries for the caller and one AAA battery for the remote (batteries not included). 

MSRP: $109.99


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