I have one thing to tell you don't get a Lohman Snow Goose Flute. I have one and it doesn't sound anything like a snow goose. :thumbsdown: It is also way too loud. I have another lohman snow goose call and it sounds great. It only cost $8. I don't think you need to spend over $40 to get a good snow goose call, but that is just me.
Primos shaved reed for me too. I learned to use it by listening to the geese, and then trying to mimic it. When they get in close, I don't even use the call, cause when you have a big bunch of snows, I don't think they can really hear you anyway.
I put together a lanyard of snow goose calls for my best friends son for high school graduation gift. I purchased a Foiles Tundra Saver, Tim Grounds Acrylic snow goose call, Sean Mann Acrylic Snow goose call and a RNT Quackhead snow goose call. The RNT was only $26.
I had a posting on another hunting website and they recommended a Basin Abdominator highly
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