Designed by Joe McCarthy, Cody McCarthy, and Bill Ayer, the Clearwater Series features a revolutionary new frame with reeds that promise hunters durability, comfort, consistency and great results in the field. It’s the culmination of research, fearless testing and one family’s hunting heritage.
Slayer Calls announces its exciting launch of seven new, uniquely designed Clearwater elk reeds, inspired by the history and topography of the Clearwater region. Designed by Joe McCarthy, Cody McCarthy, and Bill Ayer, the Clearwater Series promises hunters durability, comfort, consistency and, above all, great results in the field.
We’re thrilled to announce the newest lineup of elk calls from Slayer, designed by Joe MCarthy. Inspired by Idaho’s Clearwater wilderness and heritage, the new Clearwater elk diaphragms promise unparalleled fit, durability and consistency for season-long use.
During the 2022 elk season, Slayer Calls rigorously tested a new lineup of elk diaphragms, named for Idaho’s Clearwater region. The resulting Clearwater Frame and Series is designed to surpass competitors in durability, fit and consistency.
Join us for this once in a lifetime elk hunt — father and son fill their tags in one of the most sought after units in Idaho.
Slayer Calls PRO team member, Tommy Sessions joins Steve Raudenbush on an epic Idaho archery elk hunt.
“Hey, guys, Derek Wolfe here. Listen, we’ve all got strengths and weaknesses. One of my weaknesses is elk calling. I wasn’t very confident in it until I started working with Slayer. They make reeds that are easy to use, tubes that are really sturdy and stable. And I started working with this company because their…
The worlds of hunting and football collide as Slayer Calls and Derek Wolfe — recently caught ‘gramming with a massive Colorado cougar he bow-hunted — make plans for an elk call package to hunt even bigger game.
Mr. and Mrs. M.D. Johnson share their secrets to successfully making canned wild game. Follow their step-by-step guide for canning broths and meat for later enjoyment.
Travis Tweet and M.D. Johnson share their tips for big game meat processing. Check out their favorite supplies, plus tips for getting started.