krazybronco2 wrote:might want to try a search on youtube for fieldproven and he has 20 parts (whole dvd) on how to blow a goose call. i liked bad grammer for riding around the car and blowing but this gave you instruction and visuals.
i found it yesterday and tried it and the few times i would get the honk right it sounded really good but did learn that i may need a new call cause mine is pretty hard to get to break over.
Bill Herian wrote:I would rather decoy ducks, but geese, geese are another story. Jump shooting geese is like playing dodgeball with fat kids. And I love dodgeball.
goosehappy wrote:I got "Bad Grammar" and thought it was OK. He has recordings of live geese, and of calls. Does a decent job of explaining how to make the sound. My best teachers are the geese. I pay a lot of attention to the sounds they make at different times of the year and in different situations. Bad Grammar covers the basics and a lot of unusual sounds the geese make and when they make them, and it covers calling for hunting, and calling in competition. So I thought it was a pretty complete CD. CD is nice because you can listen while driving, or whatever and don't need to be in front of TV.
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