A Fiberglass Moose call... a new material for an old tool. These calls are
simply megaphones; you must use your own voice to recreate the sounds
of a moose to attract them, although the sounds are simple enough to mimic once
you hear them.
Left to right --> The Guide > Long Distance Stalker > Original Stalker Want success like this? Buy one of our moose calls today!
We have developed a new moose call for those hunters who call moose... now proven in the wilds of the Yukon Territories.
Our moose calls are made in Canada from fiberglass and are modeled and shaped after the very successful traditional birch bark moose call. Being stronger and more resilient, our fiberglass moose calls will withstand the pounding and thrashing you'll give them.
Many moose hunters like the birch bark calls (myself included) but find they lack strength, durability and resonance of the fiberglass ones.
We are pleased to offer three sizes of fiberglass calls in two grades. Buy one today!
Which Fiberglass Moose Call is right for you?
Hunter Series: The Stalker is lightweight and yet strong. The moose sounds you make will travel for miles when you call. Like to travel light?
Two moose calls to choose from here: The Original Stalker - for the serious moose hunter The Long Distance Stalker - need to cover a lot of territory? Use this call to - "Reach Out"
Pro Series: The Guide is heavier and more robust.
The Guide moose call will resonate deep into the wilderness and out across the tundra. A little heavier than the Stalker, but still easy to carry and will withstand years of use, and probably some abuse too!
Barry with his Yukon Bull Moose - He called in this amazing bull with cow calls using our Original fiberglass moose call! The bull traveled more than a kilometer looking for his future lover!
The Call Sizes
Original Stalker: good for close-in calling, or sounding like a small bull. Compact for easy carrying. A good general purpose all-round moose call. Approximately 14 inches long and 6 ounces (166g), comparable in weight to a birch bark call of the same length at 7 ounces (203g).
Long Distance Stalker: Our long distance moose caller. Used to reach out and touch a moose and entice him in close. Your moose call sounds can carry over one mile. Approximately 18 inches long and9 ounces (245g).
The Guide: Designed with the pro hunter in mind. Strong enough to withstand years of use, yet light enough to carry with you on every moose hunt. Call in giant bull moose for your clients or yourself, with this call! Approximately 16 inches long and 14 ounces (415g).
Note: Length and weight dimensions are based on averages.
I wouldn't go moose hunting without one of these moose calls! ~ Mark
That call worked like a charm! ~ Barry
"Got the call Mark!! Looks great, it's exactly what I was looking for. Looking forward to putting it to use. I'll send some pics." ~ Jonah
FIBERGLASS MOOSE CALLS ARE: IN STOCK
Original - Only: 59 USD
Long Distance - Only: 69 USD
The Guide - Only: 89 USD
The Set Get All Three Moose Calls - Only: 174 USD (Save 20%)
Happy Hunters Get results like this using our fiberglass moose call!
Use our calls to lure in small or large bull moose. Our calls have been proven in the field! These three moose were taken in September 2016 in the Yukon Territories, Canada.
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Why use a fiberglass moose call over a birch bark one?
A couple of seasons ago just as dusk was setting in I was making my way back to my quad for my ride back to camp. As I was surveying my route I spotted a nice bull crossing the cutblock just a few hundred meters ahead of me. I quickly readied my bow and set about calling to the bull. My first cow calls were totally ignored, as were the second.
I don't think his ears even rotated in my direction. He had a destination in mind and wasn't going to let a female moose deter him.
Stumped, I wondered what to do. He was fast approaching the timber and would soon disappear. I tried a bull grunt! That stopped him in his tracks.
However, without even looking in my direction he continued on his journey.
Well, I usually don't like to get a 1000 plus pound animal angry at me, but I was desperate. I took my birch bark call and started to rake the nearest tree.
I accomplished two things:
The bull responded with such a roar like I have never heard. Then he wandered off!
I tore a huge hole in the side of my moose call.
My point is, that if I would have had a fiberglass call, I wouldn't have had to go buy a new one.
Tips for Using a Fiberglass Moose Call
Listen to a recorded moose sounds every year before you go hunting to refresh your
memory as to what these animals sound like. It is a matter of practice
to learn to duplicate the sounds in order to get the moose to come to
Also consider using a moose decoy while out after
moose. One more tool in your bag of tricks... they work awesome to
distract moose you are calling, or get those that are hung up just out
of range to come in closer.
Use the call to mimic a cow moose urinating in a lake. Just fill it with water and let the liquid pour out of the small end. The sound is like magic to a bull moose.
Use the call to rake or thrash a tree or bush without fear of it getting a hole in it (used within reason).
Call every 10 - 15 minutes and listen very carefully. Sometimes bulls grunt quite softly, especially if there are predators about.
Want to learn how to hunt moose? Or are you wanting to increase your moose hunting skills?
Look no further!
Our moose hunting tips book is written with
not just the novice in mind, there are tips in the book that even the
most seasoned moose hunter will find of value.