Muntjac tend to be most active and sighted at dawn and dusk, but can be seen at all times of the day.
Calling can be effective all day, so allows you to observe, stalk, photograph and enjoy Muntjac, at all times. Most effective times observed are dawn and dusk, as with most deer activity patterns.
Your position is important – try to ensure you are downwind of the deer, keeping a solid backdrop to your position will also help.
Muntjac are often effectively called using a Roe call such as the Butollo Blatter and the Butollo Reed .
Calling Muntjac can often be quite dramatic with the animals closing your position quickly and showing a lot of interest in you and your call!