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    Molt Gear Q ax

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    You guys need to try J.J. Lares calls. It's a whole new world....
    It's better to have it and not need it, than need it and not have it....; )

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    Quote Originally Posted by DonBrou View Post
    Faulk's bamboo with the reinforcement band and Duck Commander Ole Raspy. Cheap and gets the job done in all situations. Had a Faulk's original bamboo given to me when I was 5 years old. It split on me about 10 years ago so I bought the one with the reinforcement band. I'm 54 now.
    An old timer that took me under his wing used a bamboo Faulk's #33, and he could pull ducks off anyone with it. It sure has a nice raspy, mellow tone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjrice View Post
    An old timer that took me under his wing used a bamboo Faulk's #33, and he could pull ducks off anyone with it. It sure has a nice raspy, mellow tone.
    That was my first call and still a sentimental favorite.

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    A Primos that a lady friend gave to me. It is easily blown, sounds good and is a fairly cheap call.

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    DR-85. ducky sounds, easy to blow. Unfortunately, retired mine after 20 years inadvertently last week at colusa refuge. Worse than losing my wedding ring! Go to call, and I think the the black electrical tape made it just sound sweeter. Purchased a new one--still messing with the reed/tape combo.

    Seen hundreds of mallards respond in the twenty years I have been using it. I have several calls--and yes it is personal. Find the one that sounds the most like a duck for your ability.
    John Stroh, Lodi ca


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    I just ordered a Gaston in cocobola. The Foiles Timber Rattler is excellent.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kjrice View Post
    I just ordered a Gaston in cocobola. The Foiles Timber Rattler is excellent.
    As much fun as a Gaston call can be, talking to and dealing with David Gaston, brings it to a whole other level.

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