Um, are you using the clicker to "call" her? That's not what it's for. You would use a whistle or your voice for that. The clicker is to mark the instant a dog is doing something right. Which means, if you're clicking it when she's way from you, that is the behaviour that's being rewarded. So, you could click at the point she whiplash turns towards you after you have given your recall signal, which would indicate, "yes, turning to me was what I was after!", but if you clicked, for example, while she was sniffing a bush, the click means "sniffing that bush is what I want".