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soft/close range/calm day/finisher wood calls

Postby snosleder080 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 10:13 am

Got the echo poly open water for windy day cornfield hails, RNT shortie acrylic for meat go to 90% of the time calling, now what about those late season shy, calm morning set up your favorite 20x20 pot hole wood call?

I've heard olt 66 and timbre in coco, but a this will be used only couple times a year looking to spend 40 to 50 bucks for now as I just got a short barrel. I know there are allot of good wood calls out there but seems like some guys don't explain their calls very well other than "duck slayer" or whatever the name is.

What are some good lower priced wood calls maybe off the main stream? I've heard of the Faulks c-100 being a good finisher but never heard one. This true?
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Re: soft/close range/calm day/finisher wood calls

Postby Rick Hall » Tue Dec 17, 2013 1:15 pm

Save your money for something else and just run that SB quietly.
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Re: soft/close range/calm day/finisher wood calls

Postby mayhem96 » Tue Dec 17, 2013 5:46 pm

Rick Hall wrote:Save your money for something else and just run that SB quietly.


Spot on Mr. Rick. If you ARE really set on buying a new call, get a Timber Hawg or NOS in acrylic...or Timbre if you can find one.
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Re: soft/close range/calm day/finisher wood calls

Postby Greenhead Rocker » Tue Dec 17, 2013 5:50 pm

mayhem96 wrote:
Rick Hall wrote:Save your money for something else and just run that SB quietly.


Spot on Mr. Rick. If you ARE really set on buying a new call, get a Timber Hawg or NOS in acrylic...or Timbre if you can find one.


What he said...That short barrel can be blown to fit about any hunting situation, except one needing extreme volume. It'll get about as soft as anyone could ask for a finishing call. Will some go softer, sure, but the short barrel is a pretty well rounded, do it all hunting call.
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