This video gives a quick snapshot of our Old Goat turkey-call at work. The ceramic surface of this all weather call is designed to work regardless of the weather.
We'd shipped one of our OG calls to a turkey hunter in New Mexico last fall.
I just noticed that the New Mexico opener was April 15 (like ours here in Idaho). So, I'd emailed him to see if he'd had a chance to get out yet. He reported that he hadn't due to serious wind over the last several days.
But, he had put the call to work last November. And, it had pulled in an entire flock. He forwarded the below photos of the result! (Note that he paired the call with a Primos 777 striker.)
Can't beat the Idaho panhandle in April!
A friend just emailed a picture of one of his sons, and, one of two birds his sons took this morning with their Old Goat turkey-call during the Idaho youth hunt.
These birds were fooled with the ceramic all-weather call.
We're introducing a new color for the kokanee fishermen: It's a fluoro-orange/pink tail. (This color was producing in the 2.13" size; so, we wanted to offer it in the 1.8" size as well.)
Now, due to the hard work of our rigger, we have a batch up on the store. (In addition, he's replenished our supply of 1.8" fluoro-orange, fluoro-green/pink-tail and fluoro-green chartreuse!)
If you're a kokanee fisherman, you'll want to give this new color a try!
Due to the hard work of our rigger, we're able to offer a new glow version of our 2.13" kokanee lure. The plastic used to create this lure is embedded with particles that absorb, and then emit, UV light.
In the photos below, the first picture was taken with ambient room light. The second picture was taken in a dark room after the lures were placed under a 5V UV light for 12 minutes. You can see the lures reflecting the absorbed light.
These lures are available now on the store: Click the Store tab to order yours!
I'll try to keep the blog updated every so often: posting pictures submitted by customers, notes about recent tests, etc.