How to Use a Duck Call, Intermediate
Episode 10: Chop Chop - When Faster is Better
The Chop Chop calling technique is a great tool to use on waning flocks. In this variation of a 5-note cadence, you’ll be speeding things up to turn the birds your way! In this class, you’ll focus on making your quacks short with hard stops that separate each note from the last.
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Episode 11: Refuge Feed - The Sound o...
Calling all ducks! It’s time to learn how to sound like a lot of ducks all at once. In this episode, you’ll be mixing things up with quacks and cadences. It’s time to put your new calling skills to the test.
Episode 12: Reaction vs Confidence - ...
Let’s talk about the why behind the call. In this episode, you’ll learn when to use the different calls you’ve worked so hard to master. From getting birds to react to keeping the party going, it’s important to know when to make noise, what noise to make, and when a little peace and quiet may act...
Episode 13: Group Calling - When to L...
Too many cooks in the kitchen? Let’s discuss the importance of teamwork with a group of callers, as well as effective ways to work together for a successful hunt.