HUNT LOUD AND PROUD
NEW HIGH-FREQUENCY FLEXTONE TRAMP STAMP ALUMINUM POT CALL CUTS THROUGH THE WIND TO DRIVE GOBBLERS INSANE
New Roads, LA (January 12, 2016) – Turkey hunters who spend the spring-season chasing wiley gobblers know that it’s not unusual for inclement weather to disrupt a hunt. Far and away, the most common weather issue interfering with spring hunting is wind. When it comes, it seems to blow relentlessly for days on end, wreaking havoc on even the best turkey hunting tactics. Traditional slate calls simply aren’t capable of punching a loud yelp through the wall of sound created by a stiff breeze, and won’t be heard by distant gobblers – especially in wide-open terrain.
Thankfully, the folks at Flextone engineer solutions for such problems. The new-for-2016 Flextone Tramp Stamp Aluminum pot call is perfectly suited to cut through howling winds. The durable Magnum Hickory Striker coupled with the aluminum surface produce high-frequency yelps that drive even the most stubborn gobblers insane. They’ll answer this call with a frenzy of gobbling, then strut-in, spitting and drumming.
Like other models in Flextone’s proven Tramp Stamp family of pot calls, the Tramp Stamp Aluminum sports Realtree Xtra Green camo pattern on the pot for maximum concealment from approaching gobblers – a feature that could be the difference between finishing a stud longbeard in your lap or watching him head for parts unknown when he catches a glimpse of something out of the ordinary.
Flextone Tramp Stamp Aluminum Key Features
- Model #: FG-TURK-00101
- UPC Each: 8-15097-00948-1
- Aluminum Surface for Loud Calling
- Higher Frequencies Creates Gobbling Frenzy
- Great in Windy Conditions & Open Terrain
- Includes Magnum Hickory Striker
- Realtree Xtra Green Camo Pot
- Includes Conditioning Pad
The best turkey hunters know that carrying a call for any eventuality is critical to success. And while every situation may not call for high frequency and extreme volume, when that spring wind blows, if you don’t have a Tramp Stamp Aluminum in your vest, you’re probably better off flying a kite.