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my entire first season hunting ducks was spent without using a duck call. (mainly because if i blew on the one i owned i made sounds resembling a racoon geting drug down the freeway at 80MPH..lol) i won't say that i killed ALOT of ducks that first year, but i usually got a few. and this was hunting on heavily pressured public land with a lot of competition too.

take killindux advice and practice with that call as much as you can...you may not NEED it when you hunt, but you'll sure like having it once you learn how to use it.
 

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a good call to start with will be somthing that you can blow easily and make some ducky sounds. you'll have to try a few before you find one you like. do you have someone to teach you how to use it? that makes things a lot easier if you do. ask them if you can use some of their calls while you learn. (preferably during the offseason)

for some calls to look into that won't hurt the ol' checking account too bad check out the thread titled "calls for under 40 dollars" in this forum. there is a long list of inexpensive calls that would be good for you to get started with.

as for what kind of calls you will actually need? probably not more than just a good hen mallard call that you can blow moderately well with at first. as time goes on you can expand yor calls out to meet your hunting needs.
 
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