Six combo packs of Redneck Guru's certified Doe-N-Heat Estrous and applicators. Field tested and used by the guides at Wilderness Calls. The Redneck Guru bottles his estrous fresh, each season. NO EXCEPTIONS!!!!!!!!!!
Wilderness Calls Giving to the Community
On August 14, 2010 the Richloam Sportsman Association conducted a cleanup day for the Richloam Game Reserve in central Florida. Wilderness Calls is proud to have sponsored this great event. Wilderness Calls also contributed a cap and camo T Shirt to help the Association. Below is the nice email sent by Dawn Crouch. It was our pleasure to do a small part in helping with this great event. At Wilderness Calls we believe in the preservation of our natural forest, for future generations to enjoy.
Dan and I wanted to thank you for the donation that Wilderness Calls provided Richloam Sportsman Association for our cleanup that was held on August 14th. Attached is a photo of the individual that received the shirt and hat that you sent us. We look forward to working with you in the future.
Dawn Crouch, Secretary Richloam Sportsman Association
Wilderness Calls believes in supporting our communities and youth. Below is one of the many ways we reach out.
This weekend there is a yearly event sponsored over the last six years, by The BeastFeast.com. This is a group of men from the Sarasota Baptist Church. Every year they have a big wild game dinner and outdoor show. They promote teaching of hunting and fishing and each year this event has grown and continues to grow. There are events which specifically promote children's involvement and rewards them with prizes. Jamie , who is featured in our Spotlight, represented Wilderness Calls and also added his own contribution for the prizes. Wilderness Calls sent hats, shirts and our doe estrous, while Jamie donated a Gamo air gun from his Outfitter business.
Watch for other future announcements, of opportunities for trips, hunts , prizes and ways we will help the communities we do business with.
Please enjoy the pictures below. The young lady in the green camo, Nikki Green, took second place in her age group, out shooting fourteen boys!