information presented here has been learned from years of varmint
and predator hunting and represents the generalized conclusions
about varmint hunting from a number of experienced callers. There is
no "one" correct method to use in varmint hunting as many different
techniques have proven to be effective in calling in predators. The
methods, tricks, tips and techniques presented here have been proven
to work and will provide the beginning caller a sound foundation
upon which to build and improve their calling skills. The
information presented on these pages will be of benefit to the
beginning varmint hunter as well as the experienced pro.
New Additions to
PORTABLE SHOOTING BENCH
BUILD PLANS UPDATED
Considering building your own shooting bench and saving yourself
some money? Our shooting bench page was updated 30JAN06.
USING A FOXPRO UNIT!
Jerry Malbeck, a FoxPro ProStaff member, wrote
up this "How To" with some great pointers on the use of the FoxPro.
While it is geared towards the FoxPro unit I think his tips can
benefit anyone who uses an electronic caller.
CONTROL YOU SCENT AND STOP GETTING BUSTED!
Here is a short tutorial on using activated carbon to reduce the
scent on your gear and your camouflage to help keep from getting
busted while in the field.
YOUR OWN REMOTELY OPERATED MP3 ELECTRONIC CALLER
A good tutorial on how to build your own remotely operated MP3
caller for a lot less that a commercial unit. Save your self a
few bucks by building this one on your own.
BUILD YOUR OWN MONOPOD FOR
LESS THAN $15!
Save yourself several bucks by building this inexpensive and fully
functional monopod. If you spotlight in brushy areas like we
do a monopod is an absolute must!
TO JOIN THE CALIFORNIA VARMINT CALLERS
There are three chapters or clubs that make up the
CVC. Joining is easy - just contact the chapter nearest you for
membership info and then get ready for some exciting varmint hunts.
Don't get rained out on your next hunt.
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