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Old 09-08-2016, 01:25 PM
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So I know the redbones and ricelands of the world, but has anyone blown the Deep south speck call or the Havoc speck call?
Anyone has any particular call they like? Just trying to get a feel on what yall like more then anything.
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Old 09-08-2016, 01:41 PM
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Xciter calls Bartender.




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You want functionality and reliability go Riceland. You want a custom one of a kind piece to put up on the shelf gotta be a Reclamation call. Reclamations sound really good too, they just too purdy!
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I blew one for the first time in Stuttgart, Not a bad sounding call, however, I blew one that was real tough i believe it was the acrylic but the all wood had a better sound quality how does your compare with the acrylic insert. What made you go with a exciter?
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You want functionality and reliability go Riceland. You want a custom one of a kind piece to put up on the shelf gotta be a Reclamation call
Reclamation call? Where are they out of?
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I blew one for the first time in Stuttgart, Not a bad sounding call, however, I blew one that was real tough i believe it was the acrylic but the all wood had a better sound quality how does your compare with the acrylic insert. What made you go with a exciter?


It's just a tad more high pitch than I'm used to, but the birds don't seem to mind it. lol Mine isn't real hard to blow. Mainly just looking for something different than everyone else around, and the guys I talked to about it spoke very highly of it.


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I second the Bartender.
For someone who is still learning, I find it easier to use.
It'll break over easily without a ton of air, but not so easily that you can't cluck.

I tried a Riceland last year but found it takes a little more skill than I currently possess.
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I understand, like I said I had 50/50 review on them I liked 1 of the 2 I blew. I was just curious to see what everyone was blowing I have a few different speck calls and I just enjoy getting new ones and blowing different ones. I have blown riceland for 4 or 5 years and had nothing but great hunts from it, but I get the wild hair to get a new one and this is the wild hair I guess lol
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Never heard of them I may have to check them out
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Never heard of them I may have to check them out


I've never blown his speck call. But he makes a good duck call


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most orders are custom. He lets you pick the wood, company logo, sporst team, whatever

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Damn some good looking calls!
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What do they run usually?
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I think a fully custom with logo engraving is like 135
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Chien Caille is still the best to learn on.
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Chien Caille is still the best to learn on.


I learned on a sure shot and never could get the hang of the chien caille


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duck and goose calls are just like women..... you need to go through a few to really find out which one fits you best..


remember, practice makes perfect...
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