mollyworker wrote:Not to be a smart arse,$100. Cheap calss can and do souynd as good as expensive calls. I own both and regularly hunt with a $35 green bodock with a plastic insert. NO ONE can tell the difference in the soud of a good cheap call and a very expensive acrilic call. It's like a lexus and a toyota...snob appeal. Don't let anyone convince you otherwise. Get yourself one of the $35 echos and kill some ducks! The $50 custom made call of today will be worth hundreds in 20 years!
young ducker wrote:Just wondering what ya ment by Toyota being a "snob" appeal. just wondering we all drive em and we sure ain't snobs
Cobra wrote:Never really been about what you have, it's more do you really know how to use it. Plenty of people think ability can simply be purchased without the need to learn the craft
Duck Crazy wrote:plain and simply, you pay for what you get....
A custom call will more consistently produce better sounds. You pay for that extra time and effort that call maker had to put into that call to make sure it was a true quality duck call.
dx1187 wrote:WHAT?! If you are going to duck calling competitions, go with a $140 call. As far as putting ducks in the blind, I'll put my $20 calls up against a $140 call any day. There's a lot that goes unsaid about the "caller" too.
Just my .02!!
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