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Old 02-02-2019, 02:23 PM
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Is Tony Tebbes den raid worth the extra money? Iíve heard good things but Iíve never used any of his sounds
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Old 02-02-2019, 02:40 PM
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Great sound. Weve had alot of luck using it.
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Old 02-02-2019, 02:59 PM
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Usually used as a starting call or finishing call on a stand?
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Old 02-03-2019, 11:24 PM
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I hunt with a couple of guys who use it alot. They both are firm believers in it. From hunting with them over the years. I suggest using it in a sequence of calls similar to Randy Anderson's Three Stages or Phases of Calling coyote. (1.)Use a none aggressive howl of some type to just simply let them know you are in the area, sorta like the new guy on the block. Go silent for a few minutes, they know you are there whether they respond to you or not. (2.) After a few minutes of silence let them know you are stealing their food supply by using a few minutes of rabbit distress of fawn distress, the go silent again for several minutes. (3.) Then go to the Den Raid and let it rip.

Now especially if they have answered you somewhere along the way, it is time to get your gun up. It sorta builds the scenario that you are an intruder coyote that has entered their area and killed some of their prey species and now Bubba is over there trying to kick your ass, we better go help. This worked for me and my calling partner just last night. Good luck, it is a great sound. Definitely worth it.

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Old 02-03-2019, 11:29 PM
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Actually, it has worked numerous times for us. It is really gratifying when you take some teenagers out on their first hunt and you explain this scenario to them before hand and tell them how it is going to work. Then on the first stand it works like clock work. They think the old man really knows his stuff.
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Old 02-04-2019, 03:14 AM
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I never looked at it that way Sonny. Im glad this was the 1st thread I have read in the last 3 weeks, cause I've been itching to get out calling but work has put that on hold. I'm definitely gonna use this approach in the next day or 2. Thank you
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Old 02-04-2019, 10:48 AM
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I hunt with a couple of guys who use it alot. They both are firm believers in it. From hunting with them over the years. I suggest using it in a sequence of calls similar to Randy Anderson's Three Stages or Phases of Calling coyote. (1.)Use a none aggressive howl of some type to just simply let them know you are in the area, sorta like the new guy on the block. Go silent for a few minutes, they know you are there whether they respond to you or not. (2.) After a few minutes of silence let them know you are stealing their food supply by using a few minutes of rabbit distress of fawn distress, the go silent again for several minutes. (3.) Then go to the Den Raid and let it rip.

Now especially if they have answered you somewhere along the way, it is time to get your gun up. It sorta builds the scenario that you are an intruder coyote that has entered their area and killed some of their prey species and now Bubba is over there trying to kick your ass, we better go help. This worked for me and my calling partner just last night. Good luck, it is a great sound. Definitely worth it.

Thanks for the info Sonny! It sounds like youíve had pretty good success using it
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Old 02-04-2019, 11:19 AM
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Yes, dont want to jinx myself though. I've never seen it used to start a set or as a stand alone sound. It's best used to finish building a scenario in their minds, if that's possible. They maybe just reacting out of reflex to a fight sound. The name "Den Raid" makes you think pups or a maternal sound. It's actually a kick ass fight sound, IN MY OPINION, anyway. But then again, I didn't design it.

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