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Hey what would you guys recomend when it comes to goose flutes?
 

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i mostly blow short reeds but one of the best flutes ive blow is the eastern shoremen its get has the nice hollow raspy sound and takes little air to break
 

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you shold check out Primos calls , real easy to blow , not expensive , then practice , i started with flutes , now i use a short reed , but i still carry the old flute in my bag...........jmike
 

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Hey guys thanks!! I am going up to cabelas next weekend for their fall expo I think I am going to get a Primos. It will sure be better than the one that I had/lost last season.
well thanks agine guys,
shane
 

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hey Shane ..............what kind of flute did you end up getting ..........jmike
 

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Well I went up to Cabelas and I talked to Greg Hood the owner of southern game calls and he gave me some advice and show me how to blow their short reed call so I ended up bying the Sentinel. but thinks for the help guys.
Shane
 

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I use short reeds exclusively now, but the flute I liked the best was Tim Grounds Guides best or variable tone honker...as far what short reed I now blow....mine of course
 

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I still use the Olt A-50. A person can modify it so easy to there liking. It sounds so much better than like a big river or even the primos/rnt flute. You can still find them everywhere out there.
 

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the most productive call is a short reed by far save the time and money and start with a short reed because if you start with a flute it is much harder to go to a short reed after blowing a flute.
 
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