I designed my duck calls to have the ability to DEMAND DUCKS down from the sky. I am not satisfied with a call until I would be proud to put it on my own lanyard.
The sound that my call makes, is best described as a dominate hen mallard. The call will be LOUD and RASPY !! Just like that ole hen mallard you hear barking at ducks on the water.
LOUD ..DOMINATE ..HEN MALLARD sounds are what is going to bring those STUBBORN or HIGH FLYING ducks into your decoys. Quit blowing those other calls "AT DUCKS" . . and start "DEMANDING DUCKS" to come with a Committed Custom Call !!
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" Some days you're competing against the other hunters around you . . some days you have the ground all to yourself. But EVERYDAY you're competing against the ducks !! Whether its breaking down high flyers or pulling ones and twos out of a wad of ducks that otherwise would not be coming to your location. Your always competing. Play to win the game !! Give yourself a chance with a call that can !! "
*** IMPORTANT PLEASE READ BELOW *** Committed Custom Calls are not made in an attempt to sell the hunter to make a buck. I make calls that sell the ducks. I offer these calls to hunters across the world so they too can experience the thrill. With patience and practice with my calls, they will control the ducks far better than your run of the mill call. Thats The Bottom line !
Volume wins in the field every single day when calling ducks. If you have the most realistic sounding, fanciest trick note blowing call on the planet, but it cannot get loud and demand ducks, you are already behind the 8 ball in a competition senario. And EVERYDAY your competing .. whether you know it or not. Competition can come in different forms. Whether its against the guys set up down the way OR in the form of bunches of ducks playing follow the leader in the air and you trying to break them. Ducks are very vocal creatures and respond to the dominate mature birds of the flock. Look at it this way. Your dog Sparky is over in the yard and you want him to come to you. You say "hey Sparky come here" casualy without much conviction .. well he may come .. but chances are hes not going to. Now... raise the volume of your voice with some aggression and say "SPARKY GET OVER HERE NOW !! " ... well you better bet most likely hes going to come this time !! Same thing holds true with the ducks.
Please do not tinker with the tune of the duck call reguardless of your skill level. Be patient and give the style of the call time to grow on you. My calls use "non dog eared" reeds (reed is cut flush at 90 degrees). "Dog earing" the reeds on my calls throws off the correct intended tune of the calls. The calls sent out are VERY precisely tuned and its taken me the experiance of tuning hundreds of calls to master this art on my specific calls. If for some reason you need a retune, I highly reccomend the easiest and least frustrating option is to send me the call back with $5 and I will retune it for you.