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What kind of tracking system do you prefer?

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i have an F&L but i want a Quick Track, quick track is the only one tracker that has a close range and a long range, and their QTR-6000 tracks 216-221.

so my vote goes to Quick Track!

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I personally use Johnsons Merlin Tracker with Johnson collars. But Quick Trac makes a good system as well.

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They're all pretty good. I like the little Tracker brand, because they're so easy to carry with you. I doubt they have quite as much range as some of the others, but the convenience of carrying them with you on your belt makes up for it.


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I have a Supra tracker, too. They do not have the range of a Quick track or a wildlife, but they are compact and easy to carry. That's what I wanted.

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I have a wildlife ATS with Johnson collars. I got it off e-bay I thought I got a heck of a deal on it. The unit tracks 16collars and it came with 5 and only one had a low battery, all for under $450. The only fault is the collars when they go dead you have to send them to someone to get the batteries replaced.


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ItsOlMander wrote:
i have an F&L but i want a Quick Track, quick track is the only one tracker that has a close range and a long range, and their QTR-6000 tracks 216-221.

so my vote goes to Quick Track!


my wildlife has a close and long range switch on it.
the only thing i don't like is the fact that the yaggi attenna is so cumbersome in the woods. i would like to have one of those trackers where the attenna and the reciever fit in your pocket but i've been told that you lose range with these. i hunt a lot of hills and ravines so i need the range.

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I don't have a trackin device yet, but I'm savin to get one.

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I am looking to buy a tracker soon.

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I'm impressed with the ATS unit.


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