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Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Calling Forum' started by tornadochaser, Jan 11, 2017.
Late 90s to early 2000s is when the major shift from flutes to short reeds occurred.
I'd have to throw in a RedBone speck or buzzerd call for us down here in the south. As the sustained air method became more popular down here, Mr. Wright is continually improving his design and sound.
there is one of them right there ....
Grounds really did improve upon the early short reeds. Then other guys made there own interpretation and that Launched the buffet of calls we have now.
I know he is no one's favorite anymore but the SMH really did/gets a huge following. Zink calls the money maker..They all helped push goose calls and guts and materials to where they are now.
Got to cast my vote for the. Lot A-50. Still use one.
Olt a50 . Ken Martin . Big River Honker . Charlie Hess . Magnum clucker . Halfbreed .
Where I hunt in Maryland, the Eastern Shoreman really had a big impact and some of the best callers I've hunted with use it. On the other hand, the express version appears frequently in my nightmare hunts where that one guy in the blind wont stop with the dying walrus noises whenever birds appear.
Most already mentioned. Don't really agree with any mentioned by the OP. Also would add the SMH to the list.
Grounds Half Breed
Entire group of Zink Poly calls
Thought about adding speck calls, but I'd have gone with Chein Callie (sp?).
The the Olt predator and Chien Caille's homemade reed derivation of it were a big step up from the little Faulk squeakers and squeakers in ink pen bodies most of SW Louisiana's speck hunting began with. Also remember a '60-'70 CA writer having used some sort of friction speck call, I'd love to hear more about.