d_money wrote:Riceland calls hands down its all they do.
Jcleland wrote:Iam just learning my self and i have found the addiction symptom call pretty easy so far plus John the maker of the call is very helpful feel free to pm me with any specific questions.
cannon wrote:I'm a learner, myself. Where I hunt in Northeast Arkansas, speck's have historically been some dumb and gullible that popping the guts of your duck call, biting the reed, and making it honk a couple of times typically put them into gun range. Unfortunately, they're getting smarter. Just bought one of those Riceland calls, and I must say, it's a billion times easier to operate than those cheapies that I've tried in the blind. Someone is constantly showing up with a haydels or primos, and having tried those calls, I assumed that mimicking the sounds of the specklebelly goose was extraordinarily difficult. This Riceland call made it quite evident that a well-build call makes a big difference. They're pretty easy, and you can run 'em one-handed. The other expensive speck's I've tried required two hands to get the right pressure so that the call would break.
ByersFarm wrote:Cannon is right. My riceland is much easier to run than my rnt is. I'd say it's an easy call to learn on.
ranger2008 wrote:I just recently got back from picking up a set of calls from bill daniels and james myers and i cant say enuff about them they were kind enuff to have me to their home and tune the calls for how i call and give me one on one instruction they have got a customer for life by the way you guys should check out their double reed snow and spek calls .....keep up the good work.
Rick Hall wrote:Hang onto those RNTs, guys. Time's coming when your Arkansas specks will know the kind of pressure they see down here, and when all around you are blowing contest inspired riffs on their Ricelands and Redbones, they can be (relatively) easy to tweedle dee with a well tuned RNT.
Klondike wrote:I find it interesting that a company with the resources of RNT has not entered the game as far as big bore speck calls. I thought they were supposed to come out with one this past summer,but it never came to be. The MVP is obviously a crown jewel,and their Canada calls are quite respectable.
Shouldbeaguide wrote: We rolled donuts all weekend on green tops and specks. Make sure your facts are strait
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