How to Use a Duck Call, Intermediate
Episode 3: Lonesome Hen Call - When to Use It
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.
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Episode 4: Comeback Call - A Last Dit...
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.
Episode 5: Hail Call - Highballing Fa...
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.
Episode 6: Cajun Squeal - Add in Some...
In Episode 6, you’ll learn the ins and outs of the cajun squeal. For this more advanced technique, you’ll add a little Louisiana flair to your calling — a great way to incorporate some variation in your calling.