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Anybody know of a good higher sounding call? The geese we hunt aren't the big ol' 15 pounders but more like 7-10 lbs. Is there an easy way i can tune my call higher? Or do I just go try to find another call that is higher pitched? Thanks
No, I'm not a good shot, but I shoot often.
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I was told the Grounds half breed was tuned very high.
Some call makers will re-tune calls for you, but that doesn't help much with only 3 weeks left to go. :mrgreen:
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Check out the soundfile on the pip-squeek. I bought one a little while back and am very impressed !! Really good tone ,very fast and LOUD
Causing permenant flight delays
Callin' 'em in and knockin' 'em down
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id go with the grounds half breed, buck gardner or some of ur cheaper calls will work too
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Many short reeds are close in dimentions. some very close.
It looks like the desired results can cross over from one call to another if you find a setting you like. Many guts are interchangable .
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