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Old 11-16-2020, 01:21 PM
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Default Planning a "calling" boat

Where we do a large part of our calling, is the river that stays open well into January, As do some of the big lakes. They're mostly quite primitive and remote. Some of the waterfowl production areas allow coyote calling as well and With night/ spotlighting too. We have a mud boat we use a lot but are going to upgrade to a bigger and surface drive mud boat.
Something like this.




Ours now is a 14' and we plan for an 18 foot with a 45+ hp motor.
We do use it for deer and ducks also.
Some outings are overnight and 200 miles.
We currently have a FoxPro F5 and a shockwave, but after a day of calling they need batteries.
What we are thinking of is this...
https://allpredatorcalls.com/foxpro-...-remote-tp1lg/

A FoxPro large truck pro caller system and hard wire it into the boat.
Would that be cool or what. We still take the portables for when we can get off the boat to call public lands.
Pros/ cons with that idea?

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Old 11-16-2020, 11:04 PM
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My immediate thought is.....VERY COOL!!!!!
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Old 11-17-2020, 08:40 PM
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Sounds like a pretty cool plan. Good luck and be safe..
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