I've heard it said that four-time national turkey-calling champ Mitchell Johnson has tail feathers growing out of his butt, and I'm willing to believe that without any verification. It's easy to think this guy is part turkey when he's got a call in his mouth—and that's due in no small part to the calls themselves, which he makes under his brand Dead End. I've been waiting for Johnson to come out with new mouth yelpers, and these five signature-series calls don't disappoint. If I had to choose, it'd come down to two. The first is the Roadcrew Tyler Presley, a 3.5-reed shipwreck designed by the national and world champ. Easy to blow, raspy, and versatile, you can get loud with it and yet, despite all those reeds, soft clucks and purrs roll right out. The second is the Roadcrew Jeff Sipe, named after the two-time North Carolina state champ. This one has a totally unique cut that produces a pristine high note that drops down into a nasally yawp—perfect for kee kees, whines, do-whits, and piercing two-note yelps. The easy answer is to get both—plus the other three for good measure. —D.H.