Top Primos Electronic Predator Calls
Review of The Primos Dogg Catcher
The Dogg Catcher is the #1 Best Seller in Predator Calls & Lures on Amazon. For good reason, too! This Primos call uses the high quality moulded material Primos prides themselves on, and is tested in the most rugged environments imaginable. The Dogg Catcher operates using a remote up to 150 yards, with 12 preloaded sounds ready to go at a moment’s notice. This is a great unit for the predator hunter who’s just getting started – or a good gift for your son or cousin. Check out our full review of the Primos Dogg Catcher here.
Review of The Primos Boss Dogg
The Primos Boss Dogg is another top electronic predator call. Boasting three amplifiers for amazing sound and storing up to 2,000 sounds, the Boss Dogg is for the hunter that wants the best durability and sound possible. It comes pre-programmed with 100 sounds and eight expert hunt sequences, ensuring that you will draw in whatever prey you desire. It will even play music from external devices if you need to relax after a long hunt!
Review of The Primos Alpha Dogg
The Primos Alpha Dogg is the apex of coyote calling technology. The Alpha Dogg features six “Expert Hunt” sequences by Randy Anderson and others, allowing REAL PROS to perform your coyote calls for you! This unit can store thousands of sounds on its 2GB of memory, and comes equipped with 75 starter calls. Featuring two cone speakers and dual 25W digital amps, this unit is one of the most expensive electronic coyote calls on the market today. For the consummate pro who wants to catch a dog every time, you can’t go wrong with the Alpha Dogg. Be sure to check out our Primos Alpha Dogg Review here!
Primos brand electronic calls are some of my favorites on the market today, and for good reason. They are simple to use. They’re rugged, durable, and waterproof. I’ve dropped my Boss Dogg in the mud dozens of times, but like the good ol’ M1 Garand, it never fails me. Primos’ higher-end units feature crisp, clear full color LCD screens and the way the sounds are stored is very logical. Sounds are organized by species; coyote, fox, bobcat, deer, elk, etc. can all be found with a few taps of your finger. Some calls can also give you problems when you’re uploading your own sounds, but not true of Primos. Knowing the brand’s ease of use, I bought my two nephews Dogg Catchers last Christmas. They’re both new to coyote hunting, but I haven’t heard a peep when it comes to them having trouble with the set-up.