Nomad MX3 Electronic Predator Call Remote Control

Cass Creek International LLC
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Shoot your trophy predator with the help of the Cass Creek Nomad Predator Electronic Game Call.

Specifications and features:
Nomad MX3 electronic predator call
Remote control operation
High-definition speaker
LED light on transmitter
Backlit channels

Jack rabbit
Cottontail rabbit
Coyote howl
Pup yips
Fawn distress

The lightest, easiest to use wireless remote predator call system available. No need to haul bulky speakers and a spool of cable into the backwoods. Spend less time setting up for your predator hunt and more time calling your prey. Each Receiver (also called a remote) has a high quality speaker for clear, loud sound. Loud enough to be heard even in a gusty wind. Each Cass Creek Nomad Predator Electronic Game Call Receiver is remote controlled by a small handheld Transmitter.

Just place your Cass Creek Nomad Predator Electronic Game Call Receiver in a strategic location and operate using the remote control. Operate up to three (3) Receivers with a single Transmitter. One hand operation. Compact design weighs only 8 oz. The receivers attach to trees, brush and fences. Clips onto your belt for easy transport. Weather resistant case.

Includes real predator sounds by world famous naturalists, digitally recorded, digitally reproduced. Includes long range remote control. Has an effective remote range of 100 feet. Uses 4 AAA alkaline batteries (included/installed).

Never under-estimate the hearing, vision, or scent capabilities of a predator. The Cass Creek Nomad Predator Game System is simple to set up and even easier to operate. Keeps predator hunters from being spotted and creates a good kill zone by distracting them with other receivers. Keeps you from being s potted. Minimize your movements with the palm sized Transmitter. Depending on which direction a predator is approaching, use the different receivers to direct them in for a good shot.