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Question by shermanator. Uploaded on January 01, 2010
Buck Gardener Double Nasty II kit at cabelas.com there are a few other questions just like yours too so check the listings you might find some good suggestions
For ducks I have a knight & Hale Bachelorette model KH322. I like the sound kind of raspy. I also have the Buck Gardener kit and it is good too. As far as goose calls I have 2 that I like one is a flute I think it is from "BIG SHIVER" game calls. Got it at sportsmans warehouse. Unfortunately the other I got from a friend and there is no name on it at all. The best advise I can give you is practice all the time, in the truck on the way to work, in the shower, mowing the grass, were ever. And listen to them in areas that you can't hunt to get to know their sounds. Hope this helps. This late in the season I try to call as little as possible for ducks. For geese they can be finicky some times they wont come to calls, other times they will. We play them day by day.
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Rich N Tone Goozilla (Canadas)
"stephens family" i think the goose flute you're referring to is a Big River Goose call. I've got the same one. Its a great call, called in many geese with it.
For goose I have used the Lohman Gold Series single reed. It is very inexpensive and has a good higher pitch for long distance attention getting, and easy to use. For ducks a good choice would be the Original Wench, or the Timber Wench by primos. I actually like the Lohman gold series single reed duck call too, you're able to get really good low volume sound for working close birds, not to mention for that reason it's easy to call. Shoot'em in the face!
Farmboy ya your right. The lettering on it is worn pretty good. thanks
Haydels Dr-85. $20. Better than any $200 call. The best. My favorite.
zink calls work great they are cheap and do a great job for geese i have two of them myself
Faulk has the best sound of the cheap calls. Quiet, but very good.http://duckcallsgoosecalls.com/
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