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Going to purchase my first good double reed duck call would like to hear from those that have used calls a lot and find out which call is the best I hunt a lot of ponds etc some are pretty open in Kansas cost of the call isn't a concern a good one that will sound great is what matters.
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Even though its a silly looking call, the Zink ATM is a sweet running double. The Doc Hull DD1 set up as a double is another one of my favorites.
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Try Winglock Calls-Rick can set ya up.
Good Double for a good price
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If you haven't bought one yet, go onto Duck call Exchange and get in touch with Todd Broan. He makes acrylic duck calls for $20 and they run great!
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Rainman Calls has one called White Lightning. Its a custom double-reed, sounds great, and I've see a couple guides who advertize on this site use them to get heaps of ducks for their clients.
Here is a picture of one.
Mines black but you can get white as well.
I think they're $80.
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Ive ran alot of doubles and sooner or later they will stick. Probably can be said for alot of singles too. I ran a a couple different Hayes calls before and I like the Bawlin chain the best. Also, a Goey Swamp Laundry is on my list of calls to pick up. I was at a toss up between those two and chickened out and decided to save my money. Goey would be my choice between the two though.
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echo has a wood and poly double that I have used for quite a while. It may stick in colder than Texas winters but so far so good. I waxed the reeds. And they are good looking calls. I have about 100 calls and the echo is my go to call usually. RNT poly calls are pretty good for an inexpensive call and like the man said I use a zink some. Go to Cabelas or a Bass Pro and try a bunch till you get one that suits your style and get that one.
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I just received a winglock double reed in the mail today to go with my winglock goose whisperer. I have a pretty favorible impression of this call, and I doubt one would find a much better double for the price. I think it's got real good volume for a double reed, and almost sounds like a single reed, which I have never been able to blow.
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