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Favorite Goose Call

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Whats your peoples favorite call. My pesonal choice has 2B a ZINK Power Clucker. Cheap, but still good quality. A little quiet though. Good 4 laydown work wink.gif

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foiles market hunter

tim grounds super mag.

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I use a lohman gold series..It wasnt expensive and I really like how it sounds.

lotwfisher

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I like the McLacy goose flute, very nice sounding rig id say

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$$$$$MONEY_MAKER$$$$$$$$ worth every penny$

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I would like to add the Big River goose flute. Not very expensive, and good tone.

CA

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I would like to add the Big River goose flute. Not very expensive, and good tone.

CA


I would like to second that, I picked one up on the way to our last hunt of last year. I liked the tone and geese seemed to respond.

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I also blow a Big River. I havent blown many calls though, it's just what I have. Seems to work. Good price.

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FLK, I've used knight& hale dbl clucker with success. This year I switched over to Death Row Calls. They're expensive but it's one of the best ones I've ever used!!

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i use my moneymaker the most out of all my calls; its easy to blow, can get nice and loud, but still has quiet low end for lay downs. i am also pretty partial to an acrylic h.s. custom series slammer that i custom tuned that is really fast and has a wicked cackler sound. high and raspy.

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I use foiles High plains. It is the only short reed call i have used and it has called a lot of geese into the decoys.

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This year I switched over to Death Row Calls. They're expensive but it's one of the best ones I've ever used!!


Always good to support the local boys there Old Guide! wink.gif

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I use whatever call the geese are responding to the best that day. Most days its my LM-1 and MM-1. Later in the year I use the PM-1 more, the migrators seen to love the high pitch sounds.

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Foiles SMH ( Thanks Jeff for the free call!) Tim Grounds would be my second choice if I had to switch brands (Tripple Crown).

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