Foxpro Fury Ii Predator Call

Priced: $499.99 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 4 reviews.
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Foxpro Fury Ii Predator Call -
Premium features, high sound capacity and convenient portability define this go-to call. Rugged ABS plastic housing withstands demanding field conditions. Its 500-sound capacity is pre-loaded with 100 sounds. FoxCast™ allows you to program up to ten custom setups with ten sounds and volumes. FoxFade™ delivers independent control of two different call sounds, creating the illusion of movement. FoxBang™ senses muzzleblast and automatically switches to a preset call of your choice. Dual-amplified speakers deliver high and low frequencies covering the entire sound spectrum. Auto-volume ranges up and down for hands-free hunting. 24-bit audio delivers clear sound quality. Two external speaker jacks for adding speakers. Easily accessible decoy and charge jack. Supports MP3, WAV, FXP and 24B formats. TX-500 remote is powered by three AA batteries (not included) and is the most advanced remote from FOXPRO, delivering operation of 16 channels and long-range performance. Unit runs on eight AA rechargeable or alkaline batteries (not Included). Made in the USA.
Weight: 2 lbs. without batteries.
Dimensions: 8''L x 4''W x 6''H.
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Foxpro Fury Ii Predator Call Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

works great

This is the first electronic predator call I have purchased. After discussing with friends and reading reviews I decided on the FoxPro Fury II mostly because of the new TX505 transmitter. Being that I am not as young as I used to be and my sight isn't as good as it used to be, I wanted the large screen so I didn't need my readers to set the sounds. The TX505 works great, I have even laid it beside me on the ground and it will transmit just fine to the Fury II. I do not have to hold it or point at the Fury II like I have seen others have to do. I would recommend not transmitting through to much brush as it will not work. I have only used the transmitter less than 50 yards and have not had any problems transmitting to the Fury II. I like the auto volume feature as it keeps my hands free to shoot things rather than adjusting the sound like others I have went out with have to do. The Fury II is plenty loud and comes factory loaded with a lot of good sounds to pick from.
getnout at Cabelas on 10/15/2013

Easy to use.

Just got into calling coyotes in the last year. I find this call easy to use and it comes with enough calls to get the job done. I have used it about 10 times and called in one coyote. The controls are user friendly if you understand most electronic devices. I would recommend charging the batteries after each use so you don't end up with a dead call in the woods. I found that out the hard way after using it several times with out charging the batteries.
FredBear123 at Cabelas on 12/02/2013

great call

easy to use' alot of calls' recamend use with decoy. called dog in to less than 50 yrds
alsdogs at Cabelas on 03/19/2013

Negative Reviews:


Very upset with the call. Drove 45 minutes to go call this morning and get in the field and the call doesn't work. The knob on the transmitter only goes one direction, and selects calls on its own. Go buy an Alpha Dog for half the price.
Yoteprowler at Cabelas on 11/28/2013