Flextone® Bootie Elk Call

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Flextone® Bootie Elk Call.

Hands-free meww, chirps and create aggressive estrus cries! Line up your shot while you call elk near! Simply bit down or release the reed under het rubber mouthpiece to raise or lower the pitch.

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