Ryd3r wrote:ha ha yeah I still need practice with the feeder, every time I try it I end up getting laughed at by my fiance, "your too cute" Im not trying to be cute Im trying to be good! I think my double reed takes WAY more air to blow than my single, it might depend on the call though. I am going to have to keep trying to practice...youtube here I come lol! Yesterday we were waiting for geese to show so he and I started playing calls, I tried replicating him as much as possible. I think I scared everything out of the way, we ended up not seeing anything.
Outdoor Gal wrote:Hello and welcome! What part of the state are you from? I'm just south of Grand Rapids a little.
If you'd like to learn goose calling I can't recommend the "Bad Grammar" dvd enough. It's how I learned. I'm nowhere near a competition caller, lol, but at least I can sound like a goose now.
Outdoor Gal wrote:Watching and practicing with "Bad Grammar" is how I learned. By the time goose season gets here, you should be rocking the call.
I've got the call bug bad. lol. I'm really itching to get a new call, even though I don't need one. lol. I have a couple of different custom call makers in mind. I just have to decide what exactly I want to spend my money on.
Outdoor Gal wrote:So you traded the Big Kahuna for a Triple Crown? Haven't tried either, but heard good things about both. :) I was thinking about getting a Michigan made goose call, so Lynch Mob and GK are always options. There's also a fairly local guy that makes Quacker Attacker Calls. He's close enough to drive to, try his stuff out, and pick out colors, woods, ect. of exactly what I want. However, I still would like to try a call from C&S or get a Gander Valley XXX. So many options and not enough spending money. :)
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