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Red bone calls

Postby spoonbill18 » Fri Mar 23, 2012 4:27 am

Been thinking about getting a speck call from them. was lookin on there website and noticed they offer both single and double reed spec calls. well which one is easier to blow vs the sound?
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby DMBgoosehunter13 » Mon Mar 26, 2012 10:04 am

I have had two Single Reed Speck calls from Redbone and I have no problem making speck notes from them :thumbsup: Heck I don't even hunt specks, just got it for the collection. Never tried a double reed, but from what I was told it didn't make a hoot of a difference :hammer: .
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby d_money » Fri Apr 13, 2012 12:45 pm

My understanding is a double reed is for the more advanced caller but 99% of people are just fine with a single reed. That was from James Myers of rice land calls. I will be ordering a set one speck and one snow from him when they get back in town. They are some speck hunting fools after talking with them I wouldn't get any other speck call. They are deticated to hunting specks.
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby wjarrell » Sat Apr 14, 2012 12:26 pm

d_money wrote:My understanding is a double reed is for the more advanced caller but 99% of people are just fine with a single reed. That was from James Myers of rice land calls. I will be ordering a set one speck and one snow from him when they get back in town. They are some speck hunting fools after talking with them I wouldn't get any other speck call. They are deticated to hunting specks.

I have both the acrylic speck and snow calls from James. You will not be disappointed. :beer:
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby Spec murderer » Sun Apr 22, 2012 5:05 pm

ya price went up to $240. I like how they sound but i think i'll go with the riceland. Its sounds just as good for $150 i think.
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby ffmcfaull » Thu May 24, 2012 8:08 pm

I've got a double reed coming in the mail. I'll let you know my two cents when I get it
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby Spec murderer » Thu Jun 21, 2012 1:59 pm

ffmcfaull wrote:I've got a double reed coming in the mail. I'll let you know my two cents when I get it

Wheres your two cents?
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Red bone calls

Postby Jaeger09 » Thu Jun 21, 2012 2:03 pm

Have had multiple of both Redbone and Riceland calls. Personally I think the Riceland is a better sounding and better made (read solid) call.
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Re: Red bone calls

Postby Spec murderer » Thu Jun 21, 2012 10:27 pm

My buddy has the riceland and redbone spec call. He says they sound the same
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Red bone calls

Postby Jaeger09 » Thu Jul 19, 2012 11:41 pm

I've had multiple of both, and the last batch of Redbone Acrylic I owned I got rid of because it sounded to hollow. Not sure how else to describe it. Have a couple Riceland Specs and on of their snows and I'm really happy with them. I have a buddy who picked up a Riceland poly spec and it sounds nice too.
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