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FoxPro Temptation

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Usually around this time guys are thinking of what they will do with their tax refunds. I am all caught up in the mix with some of my friends planning on spending this money, the only problem is... I won't be getting any refund. :banghead3

So, to ignore the obvious I am considering purchasing a new FoxPro digital predator call. This thing is sweet, I have been wanting one for a while now. I have heard great things about them... Cabelas is the only place I can find them in a hurry. You know I have to hurry.. it's tax time and all. :bash:

Anybody have any experience with a FoxPro? Anybody know how to write off **** bait as a tax deduction?


FOXPRO® "16B" Digital Game Caller with Remote
It's super-compact and delivers crystal-clear digital sound quality. The flawless recordings carry extreme distances thanks to its high-efficiency, high-volume speaker system. And the remote is redesigned for this year with an amazing 700-yard transmission range. External audio and speaker jacks give you the ability to add another speaker or plug in a portable cassette, MP3 or CD player. Remote gives you push-button command of 16 prerecorded calls - Buck Fight, Buck Grunt, Coyote Locator, Male Challenge, Coyote Female Invitation, Coyote Pup Distress #2, Red Fox Pup, Jackrabbit Distress, Rabbit Distress #1, Rodent Distress, Woodpecker Distress, Excited Hen Yelps, Raccoon Fight, Crow Fight, Dying Crow and Snow Geese #1. For low- and no-light use, it has glow-in-the-dark keypad and a backlit LCD. Aux button controls a decoy attached to the Foxpro. Calling unit measures 7"L x 5"H x 4", weighs just 20 oz., and operates 15-24 hours on optional rechargeable ni-mh batteries. Remote transmitter measures 2-5/8"W x 4-1/2"L x 1"D (antenna is 1-1/4"L) and operates on a standard 9-volt alkaline battery (not included).

Units also can be shipped back to FOXPRO for custom reprogramming - an incredible variety of sounds from which to choose ($20 plus $10 shipping and handling).
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I feel your pain...


I feel your pain. While I WILL be getting a refund (kids are good for SOMETHING!:rolleyes: )…seems I have more than a 'little help' in deciding how to spend it!!!:banghead3 Gee, tough decision…remodeling versus hunting stuff. Only problem, the 'intangible' costs should I go with the later.:yikes:

Anyway, I don't personally have any experience with them except for coveting one myself!! Unfortunately, since you can't use them in IN for turkey and now they've added deer, I have a hard time justifying one. The first time I actually got to see one in person was on a recent coyote hunt up in Switzerland Co. just a couple of weeks ago! It WAS pretty darned cool…EXTREMELY compact, sounded GREAT, and having the wireless remote was AWESOME…but for those prices it would almost have to come with a 'well-built', scantily clad blond to carry it around for me!!! :evil: :chillin:

One thing that the guy told me, if you get one get it with the 32 sounds right from the get-go. Also, you might try looking here: seems like they have some pretty decent prices.
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