Now even though I feel my hearing is still great and I had no issues hearing or pin pointing gobblers in WV or in VT the other night, I’m on the fence to order up a set of Walker’s Game Ear products. I’d be looking at the Walker's Game Ear Power Muff Digital Quads. I’m not looking to hunt all day long with these things on but mainly for roosting, first light when birds are starting to wake up or on days when the birds are tight lipped. It would be nice to know if they’re gobbling somewhere else out of my hearing ability.
Using them to roost or at first light would be nice! I think it’s great info to me if a gobbler is with hens and if they are talking. If I heard 5 birds flying up to roost and only one shock gobbles, it probably would be a safe bet that he’s with 4 hens. I know…not all gobblers with shock gobble so technically I can’t say he’s with 4 hens but you get the idea.
I got the chance to try them shortly the other night but all I was picking up was a stream close by. I wonder how well they work up on a hillside or deep woods. Anyone ever hunt with them that can shed some light on them?
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