marsh water wrote:get you a good key hole olt, a small file and go to town. I've got one I cut down years ago under the eye of a cajun named Bobby shaksanader. That was all they used. They took a file to the toneboard and worked the toneboard till it sounded like they wanted it to. Got it within about a half or little more of the tone channel. those calls scream. Super loud and raspy. I hunted in the woods from a piano blind with them and saw mallards turn over on their backs and drop through the trees till they got just off the water and started to drop straight down like big old balloons. I kept my call in my pocket the first season. But you can make your own. Just dont touch the tone channel.
Bryce_Decker wrote:Get a couple of roundhole olts to start with...they are easier IMO...but some have to have the insert bored out to get any kind of volume out of them...which is easy to do. Kirks cast molded call kit would be a good one too....the inject molded calls are a total pain in the ass.
Bryce_Decker wrote:BSOD uncut is a good call also...but the material is very hard and very hard to work on...which might be a good thing for a novice because it would be harder to screw up. Kirk has some cast molded calls that would be good to try out and they are super easy to cut.
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