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.
Crafted to mimic the tooth-like notches of a duck’s mouth, this call is simple to use, super ducky and will not stick on you — it’s “ducked” up beyond all recognition.
The DUBAR Single Reed and DUBAR Double Reed duck calls guarantee realistic sound in the field, thanks to a revolutionary, nature-inspired design.
Just in time for goose season, Slayer Calls coach Tommy Sessions teaches the fundamentals of Canada geese calling on the Call the Wild training platform.
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.
New and longtime elk hunters looking to fill their tags can get expert training for better calling techniques and more realistic sound with the new Call the Wild Elk Series training course.
Waterfowlers facing wary ducks and competition on public land have a mid-season savior to help them stand out: the new Pearly Gates acrylic cutdown duck call.
The Whistler’s Mother 4-in-1 produces realistic sounds for drake mallards, pintails, wigeons and teals — and it’s loud enough to reach the high-fliers.
Two world elk calling champions and two other finalists bugled their way to the top with Slayer calls at the 2022 RMEF World Elk Calling Championship in Park City, Utah.
The original design of Slayer’s new Enchantress push call gives elk hunters manual control over diaphragm tension — and the most realistic sounds and bugles you’ve ever heard from an external elk call.