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what's a good cheap beginner duck call?

Question by pascal. Uploaded on May 13, 2009

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from Big O wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Primos makes a good "beginner" set with call and tape/cd to listen to/practice to.
Good luck and Good hunting.

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from matouse3 wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I really like the RNT (Rich-N-Tone) Quackhead (the J frame) Its 25 bucks, sounds good, and was easy to learn on. The thing that helped me the most was just going down to a local park and just listening to all the birds and all the sounds they make. That's what I feel really gave me a good feel for what ducks really sound like. Good luck.

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

"AFLAC"

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from idduckhntr wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Go with a Faulks.

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from sayerbefiddlin wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I absolutely agree with matouse3. I was in a duck blind and started calling and the guys turned and said "what call is that?" its got to be new cause you sound good. Thats when it became my favorite call. I love that its one of those calls that you dont have to sandpaper down.

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from Big O wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

Duck Commander is another good brand W/cd learning.
Wal-Mart puts all this suff on sale after season.

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from dneaster3 wrote 4 years 47 weeks ago

Ditto to Big O... I started out on a Duck Commander Original and I still carry it with me. It's got a natural softness to it that has fooled many-a-mallard.

Also, consider joining Delta Waterfowl for $25 and they'll send you a $25 Buck Gardner call.
http://www.deltawaterfowl.org/join/index.php

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from jusdane wrote 4 years 41 weeks ago

The Primos Wench (around $15.00) is a really good call. If you can afford $50.00, the Fusion Wench is a great beginner call - easy to blow.

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from JOHN ANDERSON wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

THE DR85 IS A EASY CALL TO USE.AND IT WONT COST YOU AN ARM AN A LEG.

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from blackdawgz wrote 4 years 11 weeks ago

Faulk.

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from rudyglove27 wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Agreed with matouse3 and + 1 for you sir!!!

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from ScottyBee wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

Big O and dneaster3 hit the nail on the head. The calls found in www.duckcommander.com are very good AND durable. Two of them (Classic Commander and Triple Threat) come with tutorial CD's. Great stuff for beginners.

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from matouse3 wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I really like the RNT (Rich-N-Tone) Quackhead (the J frame) Its 25 bucks, sounds good, and was easy to learn on. The thing that helped me the most was just going down to a local park and just listening to all the birds and all the sounds they make. That's what I feel really gave me a good feel for what ducks really sound like. Good luck.

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from Big O wrote 4 years 48 weeks ago

Duck Commander is another good brand W/cd learning.
Wal-Mart puts all this suff on sale after season.

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from Big O wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Primos makes a good "beginner" set with call and tape/cd to listen to/practice to.
Good luck and Good hunting.

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from idduckhntr wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

Go with a Faulks.

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from sayerbefiddlin wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

I absolutely agree with matouse3. I was in a duck blind and started calling and the guys turned and said "what call is that?" its got to be new cause you sound good. Thats when it became my favorite call. I love that its one of those calls that you dont have to sandpaper down.

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from dneaster3 wrote 4 years 47 weeks ago

Ditto to Big O... I started out on a Duck Commander Original and I still carry it with me. It's got a natural softness to it that has fooled many-a-mallard.

Also, consider joining Delta Waterfowl for $25 and they'll send you a $25 Buck Gardner call.
http://www.deltawaterfowl.org/join/index.php

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from jusdane wrote 4 years 41 weeks ago

The Primos Wench (around $15.00) is a really good call. If you can afford $50.00, the Fusion Wench is a great beginner call - easy to blow.

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from JOHN ANDERSON wrote 4 years 39 weeks ago

THE DR85 IS A EASY CALL TO USE.AND IT WONT COST YOU AN ARM AN A LEG.

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from blackdawgz wrote 4 years 11 weeks ago

Faulk.

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from rudyglove27 wrote 3 years 46 weeks ago

Agreed with matouse3 and + 1 for you sir!!!

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from Clay Cooper wrote 4 years 49 weeks ago

"AFLAC"

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from ScottyBee wrote 2 years 3 weeks ago

Big O and dneaster3 hit the nail on the head. The calls found in www.duckcommander.com are very good AND durable. Two of them (Classic Commander and Triple Threat) come with tutorial CD's. Great stuff for beginners.

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