There’s not many frills or tricks to successfully calling them. I’ve seen bucks come running both to rapid, almost distressful calling, as well as slow, periodic bleats. I found that the biggest key is in the setup. Ideally, you want to call with a partner, as probably 90 percent of bucks will come straight in, but then circle 25-50 yards downwind. If you place the shooter 30 yards or so downwind of the caller, they will often get a shot while the buck remains focused on where he heard the call. In fact, when hunting with my recurve, I found this setup critical to getting a shot before being winded.