Calling Coyotes With the Foxpro X2S

Watch Foxpro Hunting TV's Al Morris and Field Staffer Tom Austin fit in a quick hunt in Utah and call in a big male coyote out of the quakes using the new Foxpro X2S.

Calling Coyotes With the Foxpro X2S

Foxpro pro staffer Al Morris zeroes in on a target while hunting in Utah with the X2S caller.

Calling coyotes, bobcats and other predators with mouth calls is a blast because you're more intimately involved with the action and process of getting the target within range.

But it's hard to beat the wide variety and ability to adjust the volume of an electronic call. With today's programmed calls, remote controls, far better technology than just a few years ago and hundreds of sounds, you're able to cover ground nationwide. Thanks to the compact designs and ease of carrying the calls, they're not a burden to use in the field, either.

Foxpro's line of new calls includes the X2S, which features the TX1000 transmitter and 100 sounds. You also can get more than 100 other sounds free from the Foxpro "Free Sound Library." That's a good deal and can cover a wide range of hunting scenarios.

Check out the latest Foxpro Hunting TV show to see Al Morris and Field Staffer Tom Austin fit in a quick hunt in Utah and call in a big male coyote out of the quakes using the new Foxpro X2S.

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