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I am looking to moving up to bigger and better calls and honestly don't know what to get I mostly hunt and average size inland lake and smaller marshes along with the occasional beaver pond and grain field. I want a call that can put it all out there to catch the attention of flocks in the distance but can soften up for the ducks wanting to finish. What are y'all opinion? Help a fellow hunter out
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J.J. Lares T-1
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+1 on the T-1 or the Hybred they are simply a Cut above. Lares has it nailed!
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Duckander Conartist. I just ordered the QT and it is so easy to work, the Conartist is their all around call. Free yearly tuning and you speak directly to bobby when you contact them. Hard to beat that service and I would rather support a mom and pop type of organization.
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If you don't like it, Guarantee you could sell it quick.... Even shoot me a PM, ill be willing to buy it off you.
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I'll throw another one for the hybrid. Although the ducklander con artist suggested is also a great call. But as far as call for you, that all depends on what works for you. Good luck
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