Flextone – Bull Rush Glunker: Don’t Look for an Elk When He’ll Come to You

Flextone Bull Rush Game Call
Flextone Bull Rush Game Call
Flextone Game Calls
Flextone Game Calls

New Roads, LA -(Ammoland.com)- Flextone Game Calls, the industry leader in natural game sounds, introduces the latest addition to their elk calling line: The Bull Rush from the “Abe & Son Series”.

Designed to accurately and easily imitate one of the most alluring vocalizations in an elk herd, the new Flextone “Abe & Son Series” Bull Rush replicates the sound a herd bull makes as he’s about to breed a hot cow, commonly known as “glunking”. This call is best suited when used in close range to intimidate and rival bull.

A herd bull will almost never tolerate an excited intruder who intends to breed his cows. This call forces him to react, rushing in to confront the unwanted guest. Appropriately sized for the rigors of backcountry elk hunting, the Bull Rush is light, portable and designed to provide action by challenging even the cagiest herd bulls.

The “Abe & Son Series” Bull Rush elk call marks another exciting addition to Flextone’s extensive line of top-quality elk calls. With pitch perfect resonance and tone, the easy-to-use Bull Rush simply requires you to tap the end of the call chamber to produce a true-to-life glunk. Pick up your Flextone’s Bull Rush–you’ll be happy you did.

About Flextone Game Calls

Flextone Game Calls are designed to more accurately mimic the anatomy of a game animal by using both hard and soft flexible parts. They incorporated a hard plastic or metal tone-board with reed to imitate the soft tissue chambers of the neck and mouth of an animal. The design produces a truer, more natural sound as well as giving the user more control of volume, tone, and inflection just like the animals they were designed to imitate. The design is also nearly silent if accidentally contacting your gun or bow while in the field. Flextone now has a full line of deer, elk, predator, turkey, and waterfowl calls using this patented technology.

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