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New Hunter's Specialties Storage Gear designed for the Turkey Hunter in 2009!

by Bow Staff 11. March 2009 13:31
Bow Staff

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Turkey hunters in need of adequate storage space, without the bulk of a vest, may want to check out this HOT new item for 2009! 

Hunter's Specialties Helps Hunters Get It Together With The
New Strut Pouch And Ultimate Waist Pack

 
March 2009
Hunter's Specialties has introduced two new items for hunters who need a way to carry their gear hunting, but may not want to wear a vest.
 
The new Strut Pouch fits on your belt and has a padded main compartment with a durable zippered closure, external box call holster with silent closure, and an internal organizer which holds one diaphragm call case, one pan call, five shotgun shells, and two strikers.
 
The Strut Pouch also has a clear zippered internal pocket for your hunting license, driver's license, money, or other papers.
 
The H.S. Strut Ultimate Waist Pack has 15 storage compartments including a padded main compartment and individual compartments for diaphragm calls, pan calls, shotgun shells, strikers, license, and other hunting gear.  It also has an external box call holster.  The padded waist belt is comfortable and easily adjustable.
 
Both the Strut Pouch and Ultimate Waist Pack are constructed of heavy duty 2-ply Quiet Cloth in Realtree APG HD camouflage.
 
The suggested retail price of the Strut Pouch is $9.99 and the Ultimate Waist Pack is $24.99.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Hunter's Specialties NEW Strut Pouch.

 

                                                                                                                                                                      Hunter's Specialties NEW Waist Pack.

Hunter's Specialties releases new Ring Zone turkey call just in time for 2009!

by Bow Staff 25. February 2009 13:46
Bow Staff

Just in time for the 2009 turkey seasons comes the all new Hunter’s Specialties friction caller, the new Ring Zone. Using the science of sound, this new call is sure to become a must in every turkey hunters vest this upcoming spring. Details are listed below!

The all new H.S. Ring Zone.

Hunter's Specialties® has brought the science of sound to wild turkey calling with the new Ring Zone™ (patent pending) line of friction calls.
 
Wild turkeys hear sounds best in the 1700-2000 cps range. With a resonating surface that is 200 percent larger than conventional friction calls, the Ring Zone reproduces the sound of an actual wild turkey. A sound analysis on an oscilloscope proved it-this call matches the pitch and frequency of a live hen turkey.
 
Scientific testing shows that the Ring Zone produces remarkably consistent sounds, more so than other commercial calls. With more accurate and authentic yelps, hunters can call in more turkeys. You can "get in their head" because you can make the same sounds they hear and produce.
 
The outer ring on the call keeps your fingers off the calling surface to eliminate dampening the sound. The Ring Zone is available in ceramic, slate and starfire crystal. The slate produces soft, seductive sounds while the glass produces high pitch and volume. The ceramic surface plays with the volume of glass and the forgiveness of slate.
 
The scientifically-designed Ring Zone takes turkey calling to a whole new level and is a major innovation in turkey hunting. With these new calls, turkey hunters can make the most realistic, pure turkey sounds available.


 
The suggested retail price of this new call will be $23.99.

Buy it now at the Bowhunting.Com shopping mall for $21.99!

Click HERE for more details.

 

Hunters Specialties True Talker Grunt Tube

by Bow Staff 6. November 2008 04:44
Bow Staff

Today's modern bowhunter is always on the lookout for that extra advantage that they can receive while chasing the elusive whitetail deer. Scent attractants and eliminators, trail monitoring cameras, wind checkers, and basic calls are just a few of our favorite treestand accessories available to us today.

 

One item that no deer hunter should ever be in the woods without is the grunt tube. An old innovation that still should grace even the most veteran hunter's backpack. A wide variety of grunt tubes are available today ranging from single buck grunters, doe bawlers, buck growlers, and multiple callers which seem to make up for the bulk of today's market.

The Ture Talker by Hunter Specialties -

Complete with 4 memory tones, the True Talker allows the hunter to effectively find a desired past tone.

One of the oldest and most well known grunt calls available today is the True Talker by Hunter's Specialties. A multiple deer call that produces nearly all the sounds of a whitetail's vocabulary, and all in a single call that can be worn around the hunter's neck.

 

Unlike many of today's calls, the True Talkers vocal reed is still made from hardwood. Not plastic like so many other modern manufacturers. The patent balanced, hardwood reed gives the call a more natural tone and keeps moisture from quickly closing the reed on those cold November mornings when whitetail bucks are on the move.

 

What's more, the True Talker has four memory bands which allow the hunter to effectively find a desired past tone. Made mostly of rubber and complete with a built in lanyard, the True Talker by H.S. allows hunters to carry just one call in the woods this autumn.

 

As a hunter who relies on the old adage to "keep it simple stupid" (K.I.S.S.), the True Talker has earned a well deserved place around my neck or in my backpack. Starting in mid-September, with a gentle doe bleat, I've been able to call in and calm countless ladies over the past 2 years since I purchased this call. The impressive ease of this call quickly allows for me to change tones with just a simple slide of the finger. And within moments a buck grunt hums from my call, and an appearance is quickly born of a buck and doe in chase, or simply socializing on the edge of a food plot.

 

The only downside a hunter could have with the True Talker is the scent it can give off. It has a strong rubber odor that’s not easily masked.  As a scent control fanatic, I get frustrated when I catch wind of it. However, it's never caused alarm from a single whitetail that I've personally seen.

 

The photos speak for themselves. Whitetail deer hunters across the continent have fallen in love with this old standby deer call. Deer camps across the country have raved about this product for years, and with good reason. It is my go-to call. My advantage in the whitetail's world. The True Talker by Hunters Specialties is a must have for any serious bowhunter. I own two.

While writing this review of the True Talker, the author was able to take this great buck in northeastern Illinois out of a large cattail marsh. One soft doe bleat followed closely by two short bursts of a buck grunt was all that was needed to dupe the buck in close range. The typical 8-pointer had two broken tines and field dressed at 194 pounds!

 

To Learn more or purchase your True Talker - Click Here.

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