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I went out last weekend and my call froze on me all day. I was ready to throw it in the bushes or shoot it. I'm now shopping for a good call.
I've been looking at the RNT: Daisey Cutter, Original, and Short Barrel
and the Echo Open Water Acrylic.
I would rather not spend a ton of $$ but if that is what it takes to get a call that will work all day when it is 10* out, so be it. Any opinions?
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there are other options to a freezing call. Frankly every call will freeze up when it is bitter cold unless you do a couple things to improve the odds of better performance. Grooves on the board, Rain X, and a Call Muff, just to name a few!
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pete is right, frankly, every call will freeze/lock up there is not much to do about it. Even the $130+ will freeze
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