Tips for deer calling include starting with low volume calls, calling multiple times and being prepared before using deer calls. Common types of deer calls include grunt calls and bleat calls, with the right call depending on the situation.
Low volume calls sound less threatening to deer, so they are more likely to look for the source of the call. Deer may not hear the first call, so multiple calls give the hunter more opportunities to lure nearby deer. Grunt calls mimic the sound of a buck's call, while bleat calls mimic doe and fawn sounds. The hunter should have a gun or bow ready before using the call, or the deer may get away.