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thanks fraz, i was one of the people wondering about that call. i checked around on the rnt site and couldn't find mention of it. i reckon they must have produced that one for bass pro exclusively. have you seen it anywhere else?
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I don't think they are exclusively for bass pro. Someone told me they were working on a big order for Wal mart so you can probly get them there. Also, I think the quackstacker is a double reed.
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I saw an ad for the quackhead goose call in wildfowl magazine
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I have seen them around but has any on tried one yet?
If you can't run the call you have, don't !! Get some lessons, it will help us all.
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If you go to rich n tones website they have a link for quakhead. thats there poly line of calls. There are three duck calls and three goose calls. I own the J-frame and the Goozilla. Both are great sounding calls for only twenty five bucks!
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