Friday, November 2, 2012

Turkey Call Giveaway

Several weeks ago I was contacted by Eric of Fire-N-Iced Custom Turkey Calls, and he offered to send me one of his hand-made calls. Of course, I was beyond excited! The best part about having calls personally made for your taste is getting to choose between all the different styles and variations... Eric even let me choose the wood ~ gorgeous 100 year old beech wood that came from an old barn beam. Everything about this call surpassed my expectations, so you can imagine how ready I am to give one away to you...

Up for giveaway is a hand-made curly maple turkey call with two strikers... You can check out the photos, but Eric even went out of his way to make a video, so you can better see and hear what is up for grabs... Check the video out here: Fire N Iced Curly Maple Turkey Call

We've made it easy for everyone to enter for a chance to win, and you can even enter multiple times.. here's how to do it:

1) Share the post Giveaway Post on the Deer Passion Facebook page (up to once a day).

2) Tweet this blog post (up to once per day) and make sure you include the hash tags #deerpassion and #fireNice

3) Leave a comment here telling us why you need/want this call.

The contest will run for 2 weeks. The winner will be drawn randomly and will be announced on all three social media platforms - here, Facebook, and Twitter. Good luck!!!!!

16 comments:

christopher (@twistedxtian) said...

I just started hunting a few years ago and would love to add turkey hunting to my yearly pattern. This would be a great help. :)

Kathy said...

My son is a turkey hunter. I'd love to gift this to him for Christmas.

Emre Akter said...

This is a gorgeous call. I appreciate this blogger supporting local artisans and running contests to drive business to them. That is very heartening. Real entrepreneurs aren't jealous: they support and help each other. Great job!

Jim Burnes said...

Awesome call to be able to give to someone. So glad your giving people in our sport the chance to win this. I would like to give one a try. Maybe it would make me a little better hunter. ;)

Passinthru Outdoors said...

The best way to bag a big ol Tom is to throw something he hasn't heard at him yet and I'm sure this call fits the bill. Sign me up for a chance to test out that theory.

Anonymous said...

12 years ago i bought a glass turkey call , i used it faithfully every spring with no susess , the toms would not even get close enough for a shot , but i kept trying , well its time for a change . i was thinking on going back to a trusty slate call or box call , but i seen this call and like i said its time for a change i need somthing new i hav'nt tried
thanks a bunch
warren

Anonymous said...

Don't have one that nice.Would love to have it.

Sara Hilder said...

I could use this call for spring turkey season with my 11 year old daughter. She just recently passed her hunters safety course and wants to hunt turkey, squirrle & deer. I can't wait for spring turkey season for us to be able to bond hunting.

Rodney Perry said...

Would be great to add to my Turkey calls,for me and my sons.Thank-you for this chance and for promoting hunting.

Stephen Kirby said...

My wife would love to have turkey this thanksgiving and I could use all the help I can get trying to get one.

Angel Pape said...

We have 7 kids to feed, so this would help out when we go hunting!!

The Old Coot said...

I'd love to win this call. After two years of turkey hunting with no success, perhaps this call could help me get my first bird.

Chad Griffis said...

I would love to have this call for my son. I have been an avid hunter for over 20 years. My son who is 15, just started hunting this year. A good quality call would be just the thing to jumpstart his passion for turkey hunting just as a qaulity deer call did for his deer passion.
Thanks for the consideration.

shawn lewis @skbcl98 said...

I would love to call in some big toms this spring with that sweet looking call

Anonymous said...

I <3 turkey hunting!

William Ward said...

I need a turkey call because my other one does not work as well as I would like it to. This one will get the job done.