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Re: best speck call

Postby quackerattacker » Tue Nov 22, 2011 1:49 pm

Been a RedBone guy for about three years, but have a call into Bill about a hedge call myself, Rick. Always wanted a wood call that would make some noise and believe this may be it. Value your opinion and was convinced with the sounds Bill created in his youtube clip. Would never give up the RedBone, but do believe variety makes it more interesting.

Will note that I switched from the poly quackhead to the RedBone and found it fairly easy to learn to run. Probably just suits my air presentation. I know you tried a RedBone, how does the Riceland compare as far as ease of running competently is concerned?
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Re: best speck call

Postby norcal_tom » Tue Nov 22, 2011 7:38 pm

Just got my JJ Lares call the other day. This is a killer call and must try. Its pretty much a staple up here

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Re: best speck call

Postby Rick Hall » Tue Nov 22, 2011 8:20 pm

quackerattacker wrote:...I know you tried a RedBone, how does the Riceland compare as far as ease of running competently is concerned?


For a reason best kept to myself, I would have to hear something a whole lot neater from a Redbone than I have to even consider picking one up, so I'm unqualified to answer. But would certainly think that, as with many/most calls, the answer varies with the individual.
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Re: best speck call

Postby Nick Roehl » Tue Nov 22, 2011 11:09 pm

You can't beat the RedBone for realism. There is no competition. :thumbsup:
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Re: best speck call

Postby Klondike » Wed Nov 23, 2011 7:08 am

It should come down to realism,go to the redbone website,listen to the live comparisons,there should be no question.


There are no "contest riffs",just straight realism comparisons.

Riceland does make a good call too,I am just after absolute accuracy.
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Re: best speck call

Postby Rick Hall » Wed Nov 23, 2011 12:48 pm

Shoot, if the Redbone were, in fact, more realistic than the competition, even I would use one. My little prejudice isn't so strong I'd short myself in the field over it. But I was as unsold by their taped comparisons as what I've heard in person. Edit enough speck recordings, and you can probably match your picks with most speck call makes. Yet no one call I'm aware of comes close to matching the spectrum of tones you'll hear from the real deal.
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