does anyone realize what a feed call is for? ya'll are seem to bash the double cut, when it doesnt even matter double or single. really the only reason for a feed call is to keep intouch or connected with the ducks while they are circling on the sides and behind you or when they are puttin the landin gear down. its the filler between when the get on the corners and you blow greeters or lonsome hens. basically its there so that it theres no unnatural silence. cus i know one thing you dont hear is a big bunch of mute ducks on the water. so double cut or single cut it doesnt matter. which ever you do is not that big of a deal.
and hatchie, you got it its supposed to sound like a bunch of ducks on the water, you are trying to sound like more than one duck. so obviouly you are going to do something a duck doesnt do. just like the hail call, can ducks do it, hell no, but does it work, hell yea it does. and yes i realize you only hear that call when ducks are in the air, but that is a single duck, not a whole big bunch of em.
and all because its double cut doesnt mean its a competition call. a double cut doesnt have to be this machine gun rapid fire stuff. it can be slowed down a bit and mixed in short bursts with single cut and quacks.
and why, even if it is a competition call, should it matter,
"o thats just a stage call to impress judges" did this come from the duck commander bible or somethin. is this just some way of validating not being able to do that. everybody bashes comp callers. and i dont see why, those are the guys who can "really" call ducks. they know their tool and use it to the fullest extent
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