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Duck commander call

Discussion in 'Guns & Hunting' started by DBTaco, Sep 17, 2013.

  1. Sep 17, 2013 at 5:04 AM

    DBTaco [OP] Well-Known Member

    Oct 20, 2012
    '08 4x4 TRD off road
    Anybody here use any of the duck commander duck calls? Which one is good for a beginner looking to get into duck hunting possibly? Ive looked online and most say their calls sound the most realistic
  2. Sep 20, 2013 at 9:41 PM

    10ga Well-Known Member

    Oct 4, 2012
    East Tennessee
    1993 FZJ80 Land Cruiser
    I've been duck hunting for over 30 years and have several calls, even have one of the first DC original calls. I used it a few times but never cared much for it. I do like the drake mallard call if I'm wanting to call soft. As far as a beginners call, I would probably check out an RNT. A lot of their calls are on the high dollar side but you can pick up a good RNT for $40. Best advice I can give is to only use a call to get their attention and when they see your spread, stop calling. Killing ducks is about being where they want to be, concealment, and decoy placement. New hunters tend to call too much and if you're hunting late in the season, I've seen ducks flare at the first sound of a duck call. DC make a decent call but you can find a lot better call for little more money. Be careful, duck hunting is very addictive and before you know it you'll be buying $150 duck calls, boats, 100's of decoys, and $1500 shotguns. It's a great sport, learn as much as you can, get the birds close, don't sky bust, and most of all, have fun.

    When you have a day like this, you'll be hooked forever.
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