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Toxic Goose Calls

Postby TxQuackstacker » Tue Dec 04, 2012 6:47 pm

I was wondering if anyone uses or has used a Toxic Calls- Speck Call or Snow Goose calls.
Just trying to get info and feedback on these calls before buying new calls.
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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby Wobbling Wings Waterfowling » Tue Dec 04, 2012 9:14 pm

I have no experience with the speck or snow toxic calls, but i can say i have owned one of their canada calls (TBH). Not to disown their calls or company but i didnt like mine at all. It was to hard to blow and sounded very odd. My friend also had the same problem and sold his too. He also got a duck call from them i think it is called the NBD, its alright but deffinately not a call i would reccommend picking up. Again just my opinion, everyone is enttled to their own and has different tastes. This is why there are MANY call makers. Im a Zink guy... RNT and Tim Grounds guy. But Zink is my company of choice. :thumbsup:

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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby duckhuntingchat.com » Tue Dec 04, 2012 10:18 pm

Look into Redbone Calls - spendy but they're ridiculously sweet sounding.
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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby Doyle Tobel » Thu Dec 06, 2012 10:06 am

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Wobbling Wings Waterfowling wrote:I have no experience with the speck or snow toxic calls, but i can say i have owned one of their canada calls (TBH). Not to disown their calls or company but i didnt like mine at all. It was to hard to blow and sounded very odd. My friend also had the same problem and sold his too. He also got a duck call from them i think it is called the NBD, its alright but deffinately not a call i would reccommend picking up. Again just my opinion, everyone is enttled to their own and has different tastes. This is why there are MANY call makers. Im a Zink guy... RNT and Tim Grounds guy. But Zink is my company of choice. :thumbsup:

Best of luck on your selection bud,

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X2.....the calls are weak at best. Guts flew out the end within the first month. He suggested I tape the wedge, I asked for new guts he wanted to charge and wasn't willing to look at he call in question to see if there was a issue he could fix. I didn't like the feel either, I guess i tried them because they had a aggressive look...wish I would have not wasted my time. Take Chris's advice the red bone call are top notch!
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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby Wobbling Wings Waterfowling » Thu Dec 06, 2012 11:15 am

^^ AGREE, the looks catch peoples eyes, no doubt a bunch of sweet looking calls. But not the best quality IMO. You can get a much better goose call for the same price.
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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby Rick Hall » Thu Dec 06, 2012 11:30 am

Chris Hustad wrote:Look into Redbone Calls - spendy but they're ridiculously sweet sounding.


Or Riceland. Not as spendy, but still "ridiculously sweet sounding" speck and snow calls.
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Re: Toxic Goose Calls

Postby hillbilly.. » Fri Mar 08, 2013 1:20 am

damn that aint any good guess i should have done a lot more research before i spent my money
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