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 episode, you’ll practice the lonesome hen call — a riff off of the basic quack. When the birds have made a few passes and are seemingly committed to your setup, the lonesome hen call is a great way to seal the deal.
In episode 4, Matt Carey introduces the comeback call. The ducks have passed a few times, have lost interest, or are circling wider and wider. What do you do? The comeback call is your last-ditch effort when working a group of birds.
In episode 5, you’ll practice the hail call, also known as the highball. When the birds are 200 yards off, this call can make the birds look your way. You’ll need a good amount of air pressure to hit and stay on a not-so-pretty note.