When it’s time for girl talk, turn to the Slayer 100 Series Resilience Elk Call.
This elk reed specializes in calf and cow elk sounds that reassure the bulls a herd is nearby. Emulate lost calves and responding mothers to draw in the paternal bull elk. The medium tension option produces higher nasal sounds and reaches a bit higher frequencies. This cow elk call is also a forgiving call for beginners.
Our elk reeds are easy to blow, comfortable and compatible with most palate sizes. We’ve tested the tension and thickness on all our elk diaphragms to get the sounds you need to replicate the calls of the entire herd. Add the 200 Series and 300 Series reeds to your collection to tap into aggressive, emotional calls and lower-intensity bull calls.
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Jamison Creekmore –
This call is always in my bino harness. The simplicity of the call and ease of use is great. I am able to produce some very soft subtle calls and still reach a high level of aggression if I need. Perfect call for beginners
Austin Barton –
Currently my favorite call in my pouch. This baby can go from the softest calf call to the most aggressive lip ball with no problem at all! This is probably my favorite call I have ever use. It is very forgiving and excellent for beginners as well.
SCOTT HAUGEN –
An extremely simple call to use that produces a range of great, soft sounds with easy-to-hit high notes when you need them. If looking to mimic cow/calf separation and rejoining, this is one of the best all-around diaphragms I’ve used, and I’ve tried a lot over the past four decades.