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"Johnny Stewart Preymaster Digital Caller" The PreyMaster Digital Caller puts predator calling at your fingertips.

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The handheld, water-resistant keypad is easy to use. You just slide the desired digital card into the keypad and push play. Each card contains four sounds and you can play two sounds at once. The PreyMaster comes with 12 sounds on three memory cards and you can purchase other memory cards for up to 64 additional sounds.

The PreyMaster also includes an all-weather speaker with 10 foot cord and 50 feet of extension cord, lanyard and detachable belt clip. The PreyMaster can be used with the Power Pro Convert-A-Caller (not included) for additional volume.

Johnny Stewart offers the most extensive library of premium animal sounds. The PreyMaster includes the Coyote #1: Desperate Cottontail (102G), Pleading Chicken (112), Fawn Bleating (155) and Coywolf Bark/Howls (168); Coyote #4: Baby Cottontail (102B), Distressed Rodent (105A), Kid Goat Distress (123) and Coyote/Grey Fox (166); and General Predator #1: Juvenile Cottontail (102F), Gobbler Distress (114D), Flicker (116D) and Housecat Distress (125A).

About the Company

Learn About the History of our Company The success of Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls grew out of one man's love and appreciation of nature and wildlife. Early in his childhood, Johnny Stewart found it difficult to concentrate on school - often daydreaming of roaming the nearby East Texas woods.

As he matured, he found it even more difficult to settle on one career, as everything interested him. Johnny served as a radio operator in the United States Navy in the South Pacific during WW2. After the war he found himself "roughnecking" in the oil fields of Texas. Using his G.I. Bill benefits, Johnny obtained his commercial pilot's and instructor's licenses, then purchased a Piper Cub and entered into the the crop dusting/flying business. Later in 1958, working as a corporate pilot, Johnny settled in Waco, Texas, with his wife, Adela, and four children.

Johnny's love for wildlife and the out-of-doors consumed his leisure hours. He began experimenting with all types of game calls until finally he designed his own and founded Johnny Stewart Game Calls. The business, now known as Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls, has been manufacturing calls of all types since 1961, and carries two original patents. Along with newly captured sounds, recordings from Johnny Stewart's original collection of game sounds are included in the current JSWC Library of Sounds. His mouth-blown calls, tapes and electronic players are distributed by dealers throughout the nation.

Johnny Stewart passed away in October 1987 and Gerald Stewart, one of his sons, succeeded Johnny as President of JSWC. Gerald has been involved in the business the majority of his life, and worked closely with his father. Sharing his father's spirit, leadership, and passion, Gerald directed Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls to grow and meet the needs of a new generation of outdoor enthusiasts.

One of the nation's oldest and respected manufacturers of wildlife calls and accessories, Johnny Stewart Wildlife Calls was sold to Hunter's Specialties in 1999, where it joined their line of high quality hunting accessories. Gerald continues to conduct research and development and promote the company's products.

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