Turn your current FOXPRO Fusion or FOXPRO Crossfire digital game call into an all-inclusive and portable predator calling machine.
Simply replace the existing battery door with the FoxJack 4, attach the connector from the decoy to the connector in your Fusion or Crossfire digital game call, and you're ready to go. This FOXPRO decoy comes with a bird topper (which resembles a woodpecker) and a whisper-quiet motor. Use the FoxJack 4 to add realism to give predators the visual confirmation that they are looking for. The FoxJack 4 can be controlled remotely with your FOXPRO Fusion or Crossfire digital game call (game call sold separately). The auxiliary button on your FOXPRO Fusion or Crossfire remote control starts and stops the action of the FoxJack 4.
Conveniently attaches directly to your FOXPRO Fusion or Crossfire digital game call (game call not included).
Improved motion for great action and realism.
LED for nighttime use.
Can be controlled remotely with your Fusion or Crossfire remote's aux button (remote not included).
Entices predators with the visual confirmation they're looking for.
Comes standard with the bird topper which resembles a woodpecker.
Proudly made in the USA!
Power Requirements: Supplied by Fusion or Crossfire.
Compatible Products: Fusion, Crossfire
Warranty: Limited, 90 days
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