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Hi, my name is Oliver, I just turned 13 and I am new to duck hunting. I did help call in and shoot a few Canada Geese this year but didn't get a chance to duck hunt yet. I have a Foile's Strait Meat Honker and a Zink COD short reed goose call that I am getting pretty good with. I also have a Zink Paralyzer XR-2 duck call which is very loud and raspy and takes a lot of air. Would like to get another duck call to compliment my Zink What brands of duck calls do ducks respond the best to? I want a good duck call that sounds good and is not too loud. I don't care about how expensive it is. Thanks for any help.
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There is no such thing as a magic flute for ducks. Some people will get on here and throw names out but that really means nothing. If you have a local big sporting goods store go in there and try some out. For softer calls I like the RNT microhen and for really soft there's the new old style. I have a Zink NBG that is on the lower volume level as well. You'll have to see what fits you, I've heard the paralyzer runs different than regular J Frames but don't have personal experience with it.
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jaysweet3 wrote: Indaswamp wrote:
easy...just manipulate the ruler to make the inch shorter so that 28" reads 30".....
That's how I got a 13" pecker.
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