New Elk Calling App
A father and son elk calling duo who have both won big competitions for their skills have created and released a new app for Apple devices to help hunters improve their elk calling. Bryan Langley is a 2012 and 2013 Pro Division world elk-calling champion and his 15 year old son Brayden is a former Peewee Division elk-calling champion from McMinnville, Oregon. The duo teamed up to create an app for hunters to help them learn how to better produce elk sounds from various calls with instructions, sound clips and videos.
Brayden was interested in programming for a long time and was reading some books so that he could learn. He ended up downloading a trial of software to learn how to program apps and the father/son team ran with the elk idea. They are planning on producing more apps that are related to elk hunting.
Bryan is a higher-education manager for the Confederated Tribes of the Grande Ronde and is also on the pro staff for Point Blank Hunting Calls and Bowtech. He said that the app was designed for purely instructional purposes and that it’s illegal to use electronic calls for big game in most states.
There are seven different features in the app that help hunters learn how to better call elk. These include a surplus of elk sounds, different types of calls, how to use different calls, a contact form for a private elk calling lesson from the pair and video clips of various elk calling champions.
You can buy the iCallElk app on iTunes for only $3.99
I actually downloaded this app and it’s fun and interesting to mess around with. The Langleys have done a good job at getting into the app game and I’m excited to see what other interesting hunting apps they can come out with.