Call the Wild is the first stop for hunters who want to learn how to call or level up their calling skills. From the basics of blowing air to calling tips that you can use while hunting, Call the Wild's instructional videos and exercises teach you the skills you need to slay in the field.
Expert instructors with years of experience guide you through their tried-and-true training processes. In bite-size videos, instructors break down the complexities of calling into easy-to-understand lessons that you can watch at your own pace. Master your call by practicing with the accompanying exercises — no pressure, no judgment. Whether you're just beginning to hunt or you're looking to call more game into range, Call the Wild puts better calling within your reach.
In this course on "how to use a goose call," you'll start with the basics, learning the mechanics of a goose call and how to hold it the right way. From there, you learn the ins and outs of air presentation, the importance of tongue placement, and spend time mastering the most common sounds of a goose. Each of the 13 lessons has been meticulously set up to help you develop great calling form and good calling habits — a foundation critical for mastering more advanced calling as you progress through the series.
Meet your instructor, experienced waterfowler Tommy Sessions. He's been hunting ducks and geese in Idaho since he was a kid. Today, he judges and competes in calling competitions and loves teaching others the lessons he’s learned.
It’s time to practice, practice, practice. If you want to achieve truly realistic moans and deep, nasty goose sounds, you need to know where your air is coming from. So grab a pair of sunglasses, grab a mirror and let’s work on bringing out your best belly breaths.
This lesson is really about speed. When your tongue is anchored correctly (behind the teeth), you get more double clucks out of it. Work your way into more of a competition-style calling routine, just by anchoring your tongue in the right spot.
At this point, you’ve developed a good calling foundation. If you haven’t yet mastered any of these beginner calls, you’ll want to go back to the exercises and get them dialed in. Next up, we’ll be moving on to the intermediate series where we're going to cover spit notes, moans, double clucks an...