I've been messing around with calling in whitetails with a snort wheeze a little this year and was wondering if any of you have done the same? I'm not using a store bought one but just doing it with my breath The first time I tried it I had a little buck come through on a trail out of range and not a shooter so I thought why not give it a try. I let out a high pitched snort wheeze and the little buck jumped into the air like he was scared out of his mind but after I let out another one he settled down and came into me with purpose ending up under my stand at ten yards....he was directly under me. The second time I gave this a try was yesterday from another stand when I had a doe come though and bed down around at around 50 yds in the rain and on an adjacent property that I can't hunt. Because of the rain I though she wasn't likely to move and I was about to get out of there being soaking wet from the rain. I let out a snort wheeze and she turned her head, stood up and wandered towards me in a nonchalant manner. I think that if the fence wasn't there she would have come all the way in. What I have gathered is that this works better in thicker brush were their view is abstracted so that they have to move in closer and that they think another deer could be concealed and not clearly visible. In any case I was curious as to your thoughts and how you have used this tactic to bring deer in. Thanks!