racoon calling day light hours
Posted 03 March 2010 - 11:28 AM
Posted 03 March 2010 - 12:30 PM
Daytime Raccoon Calling is exactly what you described....A BLAST!!!
Check out this YouTube Clip:
YouTube - TBR Outdoors - Daytime Raccoon Calling - Predators: Round 2 DVD "Feel the Rush"
Also, here is a recent press release about some of our newest Raccoon Calling being aired on MOJO Outdoors TV....It airs tonight at 7:00 Central - 6:00 Mountain on Channel 608.
TBR Outdoors is currently in production of an instructional Daytime Raccoon Calling DVD. Some of our current footage will be airing on MOJO Outdoors TV next week. Daytime Raccoon Calling is a fast-paced style of hunting that creates Up-Close, In-Your-Face action that you won’t want to miss. Although we have been chasing raccoons for years now, the addition of the MOJO Critter brings ‘em out of their hole, down the tree and ready to fight!
Please tune in or set your DVRs to record the show.
Here's some information off the MOJO Outdoors Website: MOJO Outdoors TV
Calling Raccoons with TBR Outdoors
The TBR crew has started a new style of "Coon Hunting" with the MOJO Critter and an electronic caller. Most predator hunters have never seen this, but after today I sure would hate to be a coon.
Pursuit Channel --- Direct TV Channel: 608
(MARCH 1) Monday 12:00 AM Eastern / (FEBRUARY 28) Sunday: 11:00 PM Central, 10:00 PM Mountain, 9:00 PM Pacific
(MARCH 2) Tuesday 12:30 PM Eastern / 11:30 AM Central
(MARCH 4) Thursday 8:00 PM Eastern / 7:00 PM Central
For a sneak peak at some of our other footage: Check us out on YouTube – Search “TBR Outdoors”
YouTube videos include some hunts from the TBR Outdoors - Predators: Round 1 and Predators: Round 2 DVDs
Feel the Rush,
Posted 11 March 2010 - 12:06 PM
Edit: I just watched the TBR video clip and see in the comments where .17 hmr or .22 mag is recommended. I hope to be using a .17 rem or .17 predator in the future.
Edited by joemac, 11 March 2010 - 12:12 PM.
Posted 12 March 2010 - 01:16 PM
I have shot over 2,000 coons that were treed by hounds. I always use a .22LR. Just hit them in the head.
Posted 12 March 2010 - 06:40 PM
It is a blast but its best to have a partner to watch multiple holes. I've called by myself and had 2 coons charge in that came down the backside of the tree. I got them because they came down, but from past exsperience they don't all come down the tree.
Posted 12 March 2010 - 07:37 PM
In the 22lr I like target lead bullets and the 22mag hollow points. I mostly use the 22lr, but to each his own.
I have not used an e-caller but it should be interesting.
Keep taking your son as long as you can and enjoy it as much as you can, because when he discovers girls it is over, for a while.
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Posted 19 March 2010 - 01:17 PM
I shot the coon twice and still lost him, my son thought that was way COOL!!!. I was woundering if i could get any more tips on calling coons thanks.
I'd be curious to find out what you hit him with twice that you didn't get him back. From my experience on over game, I believe any magnum rimfire would do the trick as long as it's inside 100 yards on a critter that size.
Also, where in NE Colorado do you live? I moved to the Greeley/NoCo area back in November and am working to try and meet more hunters. Kudos on taking your son out too. My daughter was with me when I ended some prairie dogs last Saturday and got quite a kick out of it.
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Posted 03 March 2011 - 12:58 PM
Tree Branch Calls
If you use them they will come
Message me if you would like me to make you a custom call.
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Posted 07 March 2011 - 09:56 AM
Posted 15 March 2011 - 08:44 AM
Hurry up and release this already! I cant wait!
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