Enjoy another Field Insight from Jason Cruise..
Whitetails do talk! Here's some field tips to help call in deer on frequent basis.
TAKE SEVERAL GRUNT TUBES WITH YOU TO THE STAND
Duck hunters seem to understand this completely, as do turkey hunters. Deer hunters, however, seem to be slow learners! Turkey hunters would not dream of taking only one friction call to the woods. Duck hunters hang a host of calls from their neck. Deer hunters should, too. God gave each deer a different voice. Sometimes all it takes is simply changing to a different tube to see that deer step into range.
MIX UP YOUR PITCH LEVELS
It is not enough to take three grunt calls with you. Be sure that each call sounds a bit different. just like humans, deer have different inflections in their voices. By adjusting your reed just a little, you can add inflection to each tube and sound like a different deer each time. Don't be afraid to change up calls when calling a deer. Some deer have been known to commit to coming only after they heard a second type or pitch of grunt.
"COLD CALLING" WORKS WELL
Many hunters only call to a deer after they make visual contact. Doing that hurts your odds. "Cold calling", or calling when you do not see or hear a deer, is a very effective method. Don't be afraid to call often, especially during the rut.
YOU MUST BE WILLING TO BREAK THE SILENCE
Deer hunters value silence. And it's that very same core value that often leads to failure when hunting that trophy buck. Don't be afraid to call. Whitetails are vocal animals. If you don't call, you have a 100% guarantee of never calling up anything!
How about reading 2 Chronicles 7:14 to see what it says on calling to God!
" In my opinion, the great single need of the moment is that light-hearted superficial religionists be struck down with a vision of God high and lifted up, with His train filling the temple. The holy art of worship seems to have passed away like the Shekinah glory from the tabernacle. As a result, we are left to our own devices and forced to make up the lack of spontaneous worship by ...bringing in countless cheap and tawdry activities to hold the attention of the church people." ~ A.W. Tozer