papageno wrote:I think what most people don't understand is that these expensive calls are made for attracting ducks into a decoy spread in a corner of a 500 acre agricultural field in an endless sea of ag fields dotted with flocks of a thousand birds.
However, I do believe that when it comes to GOOSE calls, you get what you pay for.[/quote]RedDog wrote:
Any recommendations when it comes to goose calls? Currently I have a primos honky tonk. Seems to have a higher pitch then others I've tried and the geese respond to it alright.
RedDog wrote:Actually the high-dollar duck calls are really made for the competitive calling stage, not the duck blind. They have way more range than needed to just sound like a duck. Competitions are HUGE in other parts of the country, and big business for call manufacturers. I've got a box of 20+ "cheap" duck calls, and most will get the job done.
However, I do believe that when it comes to GOOSE calls, you get what you pay for.
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