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Im 19 and I have been hunting for a long time now but i have just started huting on my own a couple of years ago( without my dad). i never really learned to call to much so im trying to learn. im not a complet beginer but deffenitly not good. I was just wondering if you guys could give me any advice on picking a call. anything would help. thanks
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It would be mighty hard to beat the DR-85 for ease of blowing and sounding like a real duck. I would go with that or for a bit more you could get the Haydels RedLegs which just feels a little better when blowing.
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Duck Commander's Duck Picker, Willie's camo max, The Mule all are great calls.
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go out and try a YO SISTA from primos. I had a double nasty. Its a real quite call, nothing wrong with that but it breaks on the mid to high range.
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