How to Call Deer Using a Grunt Call

How t o call deer using a grunt call. In this video, I share with you how to call in a whitetail deer using a grunt call. I talk about what time of day to use the grunt call, how often you should call, and how to modify your approach depending on the time of the deer season. This is the first in a whole series I am doing on calling deer. Please stay tuned for the other videos.

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Rebecca W - August 29, 2019

Liked, Shared and been Subscribed for awhile now lol. Great advice will definitely be positioned before making a call. Great Advice sometimes I'm in panic mode. Your videos are making me a better hunter, better Dad, and a better husband. I share the verse with my wife and read them together. Thanks again

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Craig Carper - August 29, 2019

I so much appreciate your videos. Very helpful to me..

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TaylorFranklynMusic - August 29, 2019

This is my new favorite channel.

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Wayne Humphrey - August 29, 2019

Great video you are so helpful with your videos I’m from up state NY hunting spots are getting hard to find on less you hunt public land or have money so I’m stuck hunting public land

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Chris 09 - August 30, 2019

I dont have any luck grunting its like they dont care but i rattled in a buck walked right to my tree from the back side got up behind tree and looked right up at me 😕then he turned around and walked away

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Chris 09 - August 30, 2019

Always enjoy your videos only problem i see with them is that i can get excited for deer season on my own so if you could stop posting videos cuz it doesnt help control my excitement been chomping at the bit since june thanks

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Lalee Vang - August 30, 2019

Never fail to disappoint. Videos are always true!

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jason ard - August 30, 2019

good info for sure God Bless Sean

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James Marshall - August 30, 2019

What did the buck over your left shoulder score? Thing is a beast!

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E Myers - August 31, 2019

Can you do a video on where to set up a tree stand and where you have yours set up? Can you also do a video on how you setup your bow and everything that is on it.

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Rage Goat - August 31, 2019

I picked up a bow last year and have been learning to shoot. Your channel has been one of my top ones to go to. Keep up the good work!!! Hopefully I'll get some deers this year!

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J Reamy - September 2, 2019

Good video I have a ton of young bucks around and can call them in at will but the does are older and mature harder to call in so I will have to try that doe call this bow season

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Todd R - September 5, 2019

Another outstanding video Sean! Great information and tactics. Thanks for your continued work to bring God's word to all of us through hunting.

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Nic Castleberg - September 7, 2019

Would it be good to call super early season like next week? (Youth hunt)

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bholy513 [Pat F.] - September 10, 2019

Great video and information Sean. Thought I knew how to call using a grunt but I learned quite a bit here. Thanks and keep up the excellent work. My wife even watches some of the videos with me even though she doesn't hunt. Once she asked, "What's Sean talking about tonight?" (It happened to be the SB1 and 320 comparison.) I told her that and she said, "No silly. The scripture verse." When I told her 1 Peter 5, she gave me this strange look. When I asked what, she said she was doing her Lit. of Hours and had just finished night prayer. That's the common short reading for that hour! Holy Spirit moment for sure.

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Chris Henson - October 14, 2019

Ive heard deer make that exact grunt

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Peter Moseley - October 15, 2019

the coolest experience I have had was this last week, I saw a good buck on public land about 100 yards away and he started walking away and I had recently watched a video of a guy grunt calling with his mouth and I figured "what the heck, ill try it" and 5 minutes later he was 20 yards in front of me…buck fever set in and I pulled the shot and went right over his back…he started to walk away and I tried grunting again, and he perked up, then started to walk away so I grunted one more time and that got his attention so he circled around and almost got right in front of me before he spotted me and spooked…I didn't get him but the experience was amazing…

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Ethan Hayden - October 27, 2019

This is my second year deer hunting, your channel has been a great help on many aspects. Got my first grunt call last week and will definitely be using these tips. Keep up the good work!

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hogman61mike - November 6, 2019

EXCELLENT VIDEO! GOD BLESS BLOOD BROTHER!

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onelove - November 10, 2019

Subscribed Sean, but I’m not particularly interested in the bible verses.

Good luck hunting!

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ArnieT1958 - November 10, 2019

Thank-you Sean really enjoying your videos!!!

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Gil Faver - November 11, 2019

Terrific.

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Mani Skarberg - November 14, 2019

Thank you for the info. I'm a black tail hunter from western Oregon and have been starting to call in deer using grunts. I'm assuming the language is very similar. Hardly anyone over here who rifle hunts in October uses grunts or any calls. Been a lot of fun calling in a few deer the last couple years!

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Kevin Kelly - November 16, 2019

Very informative ty!!

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itscork - November 19, 2019

I used to love hunting whitetail.

Now I prefer latinas.

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Justin Campbell - November 19, 2019

Very good video thanks for the info.

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Joe Abhold - November 19, 2019

What are your thoughts on using the grunt call during late rut – like next week during Wisconsin gun season? I interacted with four bucks during the first week of November. I had never tried grunting before – It was so cool.

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Mike DeMaria - November 20, 2019

I could do without the preaching. The bible should never be used for any commercial reasons.

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Cedar Valley Homesteading - November 22, 2019

Again, super helpful and informative, I legit took notes for this weekends hunt so I can remember it all hahaha

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Al Bundy - November 24, 2019

Thanks for the video.

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J Jason L Wilson - November 26, 2019

Where do you register?

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J Jason L Wilson - November 26, 2019

Thank you for giving this grunt tip

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maerts aidem - November 26, 2019

say it again whoop der he is

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J M - November 27, 2019

Very informative video.

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boosted ham - November 27, 2019

So what do you have it set on? Doe grunt or buck grunt?

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Miron Trick Shots - November 29, 2019

favorite hunting series. it is so nice to have a christian hunting channel! God bless!

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jorge rocha - November 29, 2019

Great advise, and it worked great. Called one in this morning. God bless you and family. Keep up your hard work. Cheers from Ontario!

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Lee Verrill - December 1, 2019

Thanks brother very informative

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ReelJedi - December 4, 2019

good stuff

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ReelJedi - December 4, 2019

susbcribed btw. I'm new to grunting, i gave a single grunt like that about 30 mins before dark then 20 mins later i let out a doe bleat, and there was a deer in the brush that started running towards me, not sure if i scared it or was calling it in, i could see it moving thought he brush, at that time I moved to turn my camera on and i think it seen me because I couldnt hear it or see it after that.

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Tacklebuster - December 9, 2019

I have to say that your information tutorials on deer hunting are fantastic.

I've been hunting for 40 yrs and I feel like an amateur that's just absorbing everything like a sponge.

Yesterday I set myself up in a beautiful spot (I might have to rethink my positioning because I was right in the buck's den where he had several scrapes, rubs and bedded), a steep embankment on one side, a fallen tree and dense brush for cover at my back, and from a slightly elevated position I overlooked an active trail leading into the forest from a marshy area and the trail continues to a harvested corn crop.

After grunting for 1.5 hours with no sign, I decided to mix things up a bit. My call has a slide so I can change the pitch of the call, so I decided to fawn bleat followed by a doe, then that doe matriarch call that you described and demonstrated. In less than 5 minutes, three does approached me to within 15 ft. I only have a buck tag so I was hoping a buck might be following. The does, although very curious about me, and staring at me, were somewhat timid, but relaxed as they would browse. I remained as frozen as possible, to not spook them. Then I got the idea to slowly retrieve my phone to get a picture, I very slowly unzipped my jacket, I had no idea that there was a buck 20 ft behind me until it grunted at me. He startled the does, I guess they weren't aware of his presence, and when they fled he followed. I think he heard my zipper and perhaps he might have even thought that the zipper's sound was a buck because it was low pitch clicking sound.

I noticed that the buck didn't use his usual trail into his area. It was the first time for me in this spot, and I only found it because I followed his tracks through the snow. Maybe he chose a different approach because he saw my tracks. I don't think he winded me because he got very close.

It was all very exciting, I never called deer so successfully.

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Jonathan Teeter - December 13, 2019

Do you have experience with deer sense smoking sticks for attraction?

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Jp Coward jr - December 15, 2019

Most helpful video I have seen on youtube. Thank you! You have any videos on late in the season?

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Steve Porter outdoors - April 30, 2020

Great video Sean good points

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Dejan Druzinec - July 16, 2020

This is awesome chanel

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