Tree Thrasher Deer Call

The new Tree Thrasher deer call imitates three specific sounds a buck makes: making rubs, pawing at scrapes and thrashing trees and saplings.

Tree Thrasher Deer Call

With 30 years of hunting experience to pull from, Todd Pringnitz invented the Tree Thrasher deer call. This lightweight call replicates three unique sounds related to deer activity, none of which are vocalizations. The Tree Thrasher opens up like an accordion, with a noisy cloth interior that sounds like rustling leaves and walking deer when opened and closed. Three pegs allow the hunter to replicate the sounds of antlers rubbing on trees and saplings. A spring-loaded gear clip can be clicked to sound like snapping branches and twigs, and it easily attaches to a bow hanger, tree branch, backpack or pocket. The Tree Thrasher is a unique call that can be used to imitate the sounds of a buck making a scrape, putting other deer in the area at ease and drawing them in for a closer look. 

Tree Thrasher in use.
The Tree Thrasher’s heavy-duty nylon plastic covers are tough and quiet, while the rubber-coated steel spring holds the call together silently while not in use.

Add realistic sounds to any calling sequence with the Tree Thrasher. Designed, engineered and quality-assured in USA, the Tree Thrasher has an MSRP of $39.99. Click here for more information.


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