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What does every one think of haydels calls like timber cutter or the red leg varatone?
 

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I used to have a like DR-18 or something like that and it was a really loud call........unfortunately I lost all of the guts when I was hunting...
 

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Nearly all the duck calls on the market are good calls. some require more air than others. some may take a little more practice. but they are all pretty good. if you'll notice most duck hunters will own several duck calls from different makers cause duck hunters are hard to satisfy :thumbsup: But i do have some haydel's game calls and like them very much. I think they make the best woodduck call on the market. Eli Haydel will be at our first Delta waterfowl banquet at paris, tennessee this october 16 at 6 pm. he will be there in support of the kids with some duck calls. :cool:
 

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I use a DR-85 easy to blow great sound in most conditions. Hard to beat for the money. just can't stand on it. (personal experience)
 

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First rate calls, made by first class people. Had the opportunity to have dinner with Rod in Memphis at the DU festival this year and know they are great people.

I really like the Dirty Rice Mallard call, but my favorite Haydels is still the DR-85. There's is absolutely no telling how many ducks this thing has called to their death, and for $15 you can't beat it.

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