Any Suggestions?

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Any Suggestions?

Postby ccdux » Mon Nov 22, 2004 9:25 pm

I have noticed while out hunting that alot of the calls have the same tone. I hunt on public ground and would like to sound different than everyone around me. So I would like to get a call that is a higher, almost nasaly sounding. Does anyone have a suggestion?
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Postby mccree79 » Mon Nov 22, 2004 11:15 pm

If you want a different sound try a RNT Short Barrel.
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Postby Bret » Tue Nov 23, 2004 8:11 pm

I like a Rowdy DOA Double Trouble it is absolutly feather spittin' snotty. Good lookin' call too if you have not tried one give it one a go.
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Postby ccdux » Wed Nov 24, 2004 2:36 pm

I have never heard of the Rowdy DOA Double Trouble. Where do you find them, and what price range.
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Postby Bret » Wed Nov 24, 2004 7:16 pm

They are a custom call but at a good price. Look on the web site doagamecalls.com

They are a great little meat call and have a unique yet ducky sound. They go for $55-$60 for a coco barrel with an acrylic insert, and an all acrylic goes for $75-$80. I love mine it is the call I find myself reaching for and I have a collection of 25 or so customs to pick from. RNT, Gaston, echo, HS to name a few.........Give it a try if that is in your price range. Rick is more than happy to blow one over the phone for you or whatever you need.
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Postby ken h » Wed Nov 24, 2004 10:11 pm

RNT Daisy Cutter is very nasaly. DOA double trouble is a good call and Steve can set it up as a single or double. If you need some help getting in contact with Steve or Ricko give me a holler.



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Postby KO » Sat Nov 27, 2004 11:12 am

or you could go to kdcalls.com and get a call that sounds like a real duck..it wont break the bank either......
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Postby SteveInTN » Sat Nov 27, 2004 8:00 pm

If you want one that has a different tone, do it with a single reed. You control the tone. Beyond that, there are plenty of nasally calls on the market. RNT Timbre is my favorite.
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Postby yellowlab » Sun Nov 28, 2004 12:30 am

i only have 2 duck calls around my neck ... one is a flat just a normal call (very clear) and i also have an echo single reed ... you can make this call sound and ducky and clear as you want to make it sound like a coyot call... very nice call if you want something not everyone else has... (if they do ... it will still be a difernt tone...) but yeah steve is right ... alot of the calls that sound the same are double reeds... and most of the ones that may stand out are singles

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