With the claim that, “You never have to sacrifice results to save money,” ICOtec has pioneered amazing predator calls for cheap prices. While other brands focus on calls for both game and predators, ICOtec focuses almost exclusively on predator calls.
In addition to their predator calls, they also offer quality predator decoys to help hunters get their prey.
Top ICOtec Electronic Predator Calls
ICOtec GEN2 GC300
The ICOtec GEN2 GC300 is one of the best sellers on the market. It is made of plastic, so it will hold up well in a range of weather conditions, and does its job perfectly.
The GC300 is the base model of the GEN2 GC series, and comes with 12 high quality natural calls pre-loaded. The remote works at 300 yards, doesn’t require line of sight, and it has a super loud 15W speaker.
It’s a best seller for a reason – I own two of these, and they really are fantastic units. I’ve never had either fail me – they are durable if treated well. I went out with my brother once with two of these and killed four coyotes in two hours!
ICOtec GEN2 GC320
The ICOtec GEN2 GC320 is a step up from the GEN2 GC300 in regards to the available sounds – this predator caller comes with 24 quality sounds preloaded. The main feature that makes the GC320 stand out from the other ICOtec models is that is includes the AD400 predator decoy. Control the decoy using the remote and get those coyotes running in quickly to create the perfect shot.
ICOtec GEN2 GC350
If you desire the ability to be able to program your own calls, we recommend you look at upgrading to the ICOtec GEN2 GC350. It is a great value programmable predator caller that falls within the $100 – $150 range.
It can be programmed with up to 24 different calls, and comes with 24 calls preloaded on an included 512MB SD card to get you started. It is also able to integrate with the AD400 decoy which can be controlled using the remote.
ICOtec GEN2 GC500
If you need to program EVEN MORE calls, the ICOtec GEN2 GC500 allows 200 calls to be programmed for a sub-$200 price. The remote is also more advanced, with a screen that includes all the details about the calls being played.
Although the ICOtec Outlaw may look similar to the GC series, the Outlaw is a more feature rich caller and this model definitely packs a punch. It still includes the key features, such as 300 yard remote (without needing line of sight), plus an external aux speaker port and mounting point for a tripod if required. It comes with 240 pre-loaded quality calls, with the ability to program up to 500 of your own calls.
Of noteworthy mention, the AD400 decoy is included. It is detachable so you can remove it if you don’t want to use it, and comes with a cover plate to protect the battery and internal components. With the GCX remote, you will be able to control the decoy, changing the speed between fast or slow, stopping and starting as needing. The remote can also pause / play simultaneous sounds, plus a sequence delay mode that will let you be creative with your calls, whilst saving battery power.
ICOtec Night Stalker
The ICOtec Night Stalker comes with 240 preloaded sounds, though it has the ability to program and store up to 500 sounds with a drive 1 and drive 2 internal storage compartments. The remote on the night stalker is great, it has a large screen to easily see what you are doing. It also has two favorite banks, plus two play / pause buttons so you can play two calls simultaneously but control each one separately.
The Night Stalker is the top tier caller of the ICOtec range. It is substantially bigger than the GC series models, is of a rugged build, and looks super sleek with its black exterior. It is considered a professional game call unit, being able to produce high quality sounds at volume.
ICOtec’s baseline predator call, the ICOtec GC101XL is exactly what one would want from a cheap, affordable call. It costs between $47 and $55. With a long lasting battery and a loud speaker, along with 12 animal calls, hunters can’t ask for much more for the price.
The GC101XL has the ability to play 2 calls simultaneously, and its remote works at 100 yards. It also has a high quality, 5W speaker. The only negative is that the jackrabbit call is reported to be lower quality than the rest, though the other calls sound great.