TO TALK CANADA geese into your spread consistently, you need to do more than honk. But as long as you can make that simple call, you have the building blocks for all the others you'll need, says Richie McKnight of Illinois's North Fork Outfitters (618-339-1598). • According to this U.S. Open, World Open, International, and Grand American goose calling champion, Canada geese make three basic sounds. There's the honk, a ringing, two-note herr-onk; the moan, which is the guttural herr at the front end of the honk; and the cluck, or high-pitched onk at the back end. • Learn to string these sounds together, says McKnight, and you can master the four calls needed to bring Canadas into gun range, time and again. They are at right.