Even if you’ve never hunted in Idaho, you may have seen the name before: Lochsa. It’s one of the headwaters of the main Clearwater River, and thus the setting for many an elk hunter’s article or story.
The Lochsa River flows heavy in the spring, producing large, class 5 rapids. It’s an intense body of water, and thus the perfect inspiration for this heavy-hitter of a call: The Lochsa Elk Reed.
Crafted from thick, .006” latex, the Lochsa Elk Reed sits back in its Clearwater frame like more traditional diaphragms. The nature of its design gives it a basal buzz sound, perfectly mimicking a lead cow. Or, if you’d like, the sharp grunts, chuckles and challenge bugles of a monster bull. Whatever your quarry, the Lochsa Elk Reed has the weight to match your intent. Try it out for yourself and see what the mountain holds.
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