Cass Creek Spring Gobbler Electronic Turkey Call with 5 Digital Sounds

  • Product #: 559423
  • Cass Creek #: CC 041
  • UPC #: 890834001041
Cass Creek Spring Gobbler Electronic Turkey Call with 5 Digital Sounds
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Product Overview

The Cass Creek Spring Gobbler Electronic Turkey Call is a lightweight and compact call that gives you five realistic animal sounds in the palm of your hand. Overlap/interrupt technology allows you to instantly change sounds without having to wait for the sounds to finish, and easy push button operation allows you to keep your eyes on the game and still operate the call. This electronic game call comes with a convenient belt clip and has a natural bark camouflage finish. Operates on 3 AAA batteries (included).

Package Includes:

  • Spring Yelp- a high pitched series of hen yelps calling a gobbler to mate
  • Purr- soft, subtle call of a contented hen used to coax that gobbler those last few yards
  • Tree Yelp/Fly Down- soft morning wake up yelps accompanied by real wing beats and a fly down cackle
  • Fighting Purr- aggressive/agitated tows sparring for dominance
  • Jake Gobble- the sounds of an immature gobbler challenges dominant toms
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Delivery Information

Must Ship to FFL Dealer Yes
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Ships Alone Yes
Oversized Yes
DOT- Regulated Yes
Carrier Restrictions
  • Cannot ship via air
  • Cannot ship via USPS
  • Cannot ship to PO Box
  • Must ship to Contiguous US
HazMat Product Yes

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