Deer Grunt & Distress
In 1986, Haydel's introduced the first tube type grunt call. Results were awesome, producing records. Copied by many duplicated by none - according to leading authorities. Click to hear sound
TWO-WAY FAWN BLEAT (DEER)
Produces the bleat of a fawn as well as the distress by exhaling and inhaling. One side is pitched; the other is low. Click to hear sound
Ham-A-Slama Hog Grunt Here it is!!!!! Haydel’s new HAM-A-SLAMMA! This is an extra loud Hog grunt that will give you the volume you’ve been looking for. Do your part to eradicate these hogs and put some Ham in the freezer!
$18.95 plus handling.
J-89 Javelina The Javelina Call was developed with the assistance of Judd Cooney and Wildlife Biologist Larry Weishuhn. South Texas field test results have been superb. The most exciting way to hunt these aggressive little animals. Click to hear sound
MO-06 MOOSE CALL
This call produces the grunts of bulls as well as the bellowing moans of cows when they want the attention of a bull. Highly effective during the rut; the open reed design of this call helps calls from freezing in cold weather.
Non-Typical Deer Grunt Will not freeze up! This inhale grunt call is even more realistic than the original. It's completely rubberized, so you'll have no fear dropping it while drawing and making noise.
Squeeze to make grunts with inflection. Click to hear sound
PS-92 Pig Squealer
This call is designed to duplicate the distress squeals of a feral hog which attracts others. This call is very useful along edges of thickets where stalking is not possible. Click to hear sound
Pork Whine Pig Squealer Introducing Haydel’s new PORK WHINE Pig Squealer! This call features double reed system that is extremely loud and realistic sounds of a pig in distress. Ideal for drawing out hogs to edges of thick cover that you cannot stalk through. You will swear there’s a sqealin’ pig standing right next to you!
$18.95 plus handling.
VARIABLE TONE DEER GRUNT
Covering the hole on the barrel with your index finger emits a low pitch, while leaving it open creates a high pitch, to create grunts of more than one deer. Highly effective when used in conjunction with rattling. Click to hear sound