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Postby silvermallard » Wed Jul 02, 2014 12:35 am

Got an olt 66 call! woo does this thing sound awesome!
I grew up next to mr olt's land in pekin il and had no idea who he was....ehhh stupid!
I'm sold on single reeds and OLT! TO me there is so much more room for changing the tone.
I have a zink double reed that worked great last year but I had a hard time getting volume in the big water areas.
Even my wife says....(That call is loud) :thumbsup:
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Re: olt

Postby aunt betty » Wed Jul 02, 2014 10:30 am

If you like that 66 then maybe you should get the Model 77 goose call that goes with it and have the set,
I have both and they both are the best there was in their time. The 77 goose call breaks when you want it to and is one of the easiest to work goose calls I have ever used except for Gary's CCC goose calls.
The Olt model 66 is a very ducky call. I'm confident I could command ducks to land with one but I'm not taking my dad's old calls into the woods.

Good find and enjoy the 66. :hi:
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Re: olt

Postby cluckmeister » Wed Jul 02, 2014 4:11 pm

The number one call on my Lanyard is an Olt 66 and its been my number one for over 25 years. You can still buy NOS 66s on Ebay for around 50 bucks
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