stumpjumper wrote:Mmmmmm I have and use a Muddy Paws Wood Duck call and it works perfect and sounds very realistic. That would have been my recommendation
I recently picked up a Muddy Paws Woodie call and have had similar results, I've noticed that the call is a little higher pitched than some of the others on the market but it's very easy to get a good drake squeal and it breaks over nicely for the hen welcome call (just a little difference in the tone from other calls).
I still don't think I'm using the call to its fullest potential but it's only been a couple of days since it came in. Tried in vain to find some sound files on the web of what its capable of, so for the time being it's just been trial and error to figure out what it can do.