Idaho elk hunting is legendary for good reason, and few places in the great Gem State outshine the Clearwater Region. Yet, you don’t need to hike the Rocky Mountains to experience Clearwater-level success. With tools designed by Idaho hunters, inspired by the land and the people who work it, you’ll soon find you have everything you need to call in your own monster bulls.
The Miner Clearwater elk reed is one such tool. Crafted from .003” black latex, this particular diaphragm has a medium stretch and — like all Clearwater reeds — unbeatable durability. This call runs with low air pressure while still hitting high notes at a lower volume. Let loose everything from deep moans to high bugles, simply by playing around with voice and air pressure. The high pitch of the black latex makes the most realistic cow and calf sounds, perfect for luring close those wary bulls.
The Miner Clearwater elk reed is the first reed to launch as part of Slayer Calls’ new Clearwater Frame and Series, which aims to honor Idaho’s wilderness and history.
Slayer gives 10% from each purchase to organizations that protect the environment and wildlife, support conservation efforts, and preserve America’s hunting heritage.