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Haydel Red Leg Mallard call

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Anyone use this call? I've used the Haydel Deceiver for years and was wondering if the Red Leg has much of a different sound than it

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A buddy of mine who is good with the call has both and there's not too much difference to my ears. I have another Haydel called the dirty rice mallard and it sounds pretty good too. You always need another backup and I think it makes sense to have a couple with a different sound to them!

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I've blown both over the years and both are good calls. I actually liked the deceiver dr85 better. My old one cracked and will probably buy another dr85. Hard to beat for the price IMO.

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Haydel is the only call that I use. I like the way that they sound. I have a DR85 and a cutback. You can hear that cutback 3 counties away if ya blow on it hard enough and it sounds good even at that level. Have a good one and N Joy the hunt././Jimbo

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