The Fiberglass Moose call... a new material for an old tool. These styles of moose 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 know them.
Simply the most Amazing Experience I have ever had!
Our moose calls are handcrafted 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.
The calls are textured for ease of grip with bare hands or with gloves.
We are pleased to offer two sizes of fiberglass calls for your moose calling. Buy one today!
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
You may also be interested in purchasing our book: The Ultimate Guide to Moose Hunting to go along with your moose call.
The Guide Call and the Book (download only)
- Only: 117 USD
The Guide Call and the Book (both download and print edition)
- Only: 147 USD
The Guide Call and the Book (print edition)
- Only: 147 USD
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 in the Yukon Territories, Canada.
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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:
My point is, that if I would have had a fiberglass call, I wouldn't have had to go buy a new one.
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.
The book includes 57 chapters, with more than 150 pages of information, jam packed with tips, techniques and discussions - The Ultimate Guide to Moose Hunting!
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