The Team Realtree Canada Goose call features a durable polycarbonate barrel. The flexible bell controls volume, tone and backpressure. Easily produces honks and double clucks.
The Six-N-One waterfowl whistle produces the sounds of six birds with one call: mallard drake, pintail, widgeon, teal, wood duck and bobwhite. A flexible body gives you the power to control volume and tone to achieve more life-like sounds.
The Flextone Wood Duck call features a flexible body for volume and tone control. Produces wood duck yodels, feeding chatter and more.
The Big Barreled call is a hybrid of the Cutdown and Big Barreled calls of the past. Aggressively tuned to handle most any situation.
Great call for finesse calling, slightly higher pitched. Produces a squeal at the end of each note.
The CK-2 gives you a call like no other. This double reed call is tuned on the raspy side for aggressive calling. The carbon finish makes it stand out giving you a fine looking call.
A handsome cocabolo blowing barrel, warm to the touch; combined with the irresistible sound of an injected acrylic exhaust barrel. Double Reed and blows wet.
This call eliminates all the guess work with hand position as the baffle is designed where you can blow straight through the call holding it with only two fingers for the perfect yodel.
Every squeal and whine a wood duck makes can be created on this call. The compensator is configured so that no hand manipulation is necessary to create the squeals however the rubber can be changed to create new sounds.
This is a Cajun Squeal style of call that has been popular in getting the sound of mallards when they are feeding on rice. The barrels have been designed so that it is easier to get the squeal out of this double-reeded call.
Includes the DR-85, along with the T-01C instructional CD. Learn the correct way to call in species of waterfowl. Great System for those just starting out.
With the increase in the population of gadwalls over recent years many hunters have come to rely on these birds. Now you can speak their own language. Produces the “tat-tat” sound of the drakes as well as the nasally quacks of hens.