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#2067761 - 12/09/11 12:11 PM Fox hunting in Central Utah
Chover Offline
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Registered: 10/26/11
Posts: 11
Loc: Arizona, US
I would like to pose a questions to all the guru's on here. I will be in central Utah for Christmas and want to help a local farmer with his problem Fox population. My question is, what sounds do you all use for Red Fox around this time of year? Any advise would be greatly appreciated.
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#2067853 - 12/09/11 01:48 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: Chover]
JustinRobins Offline
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Registered: 01/31/10
Posts: 120
Loc: Riverdale, Utah
Birds in distress, rodents in distress, or any busy sound.


Edited by JustinRobins (12/09/11 01:48 PM)

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#2067960 - 12/09/11 04:17 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: JustinRobins]
Chover Offline
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Registered: 10/26/11
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Loc: Arizona, US
Do decoy's work well with them? I haven't called any before, just shot them when I saw them while I was out in the fields. Thanks again.
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#2067980 - 12/09/11 04:44 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: Chover]
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Registered: 10/05/06
Posts: 506
Loc: Lorena, TX
Haven't called any Reds but for Greys smaller decoys lower to the ground seem to work better. It doesn't seem to scare them as bad. When I use a Mojo Critter or FoxPro BlackJack I push them in the ground at an angle so the topper is closer to the ground. If there is a brush pile I will simply stick the decoy in sideways low to the ground. Works well for me!!! smile
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#2069320 - 12/11/11 12:16 AM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: SSharp]
SalemDawger Offline
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Registered: 01/28/05
Posts: 1858
Loc: Salem, Utah
I call in reds in central Utah every year. I start with high pitched rodent sounds. Then go to bird or cotton tail. I leave the caller going but not blaring. They can be called for sure. Good luck.

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#2071104 - 12/12/11 03:58 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: SalemDawger]
Chover Offline
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Registered: 10/26/11
Posts: 11
Loc: Arizona, US
Thanks for the responses. I will try and get em to come in. I will post pics when and if we get them to come. Thanks again.
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#2071150 - 12/12/11 04:51 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: JustinRobins]
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Registered: 08/26/11
Posts: 424
Loc: Lake Shore, Utah
Originally Posted By: JustinRobins
Birds in distress, rodents in distress, or any busy sound.




+1


Start off low on the e-caller as well.
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#2071160 - 12/12/11 05:02 PM Re: Fox hunting in Central Utah [Re: utah_1911]
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Chover,

Just answered this in another post. Play our Eastern Cottontail for 4-5 minutes, then switch to Bay Bee Cottontail. It's been working great for me.

The bird sounds, such as Titmouse Tantrum and Nutty Nuthatch have been working great too.

If you need some more help, shoot me an email to mike@gofoxpro.com.

Mike Dillon
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