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Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Calling Forum' started by bet4120, Feb 3, 2012.
I run a bunch of different Winglock goose calls. Some high pitched some low.
Works for me.
Deep goose calls usually don't run as fast but in a hunting situation you probably don't need alot of speed. Just some good meat notes. For awhile I toted several goose calls around...then realized you just need one good one...well maybe two. I did find that sometimes the geese loved the sound of one over the other on a given day or location. So many good calls out there made by some great folks!
^^^^^what AL said for sure. I have a buddy that runs an old flute and there I
are times I drop my call and let him finish 'em!
Many years ago I foolishly sold an early numberred, Ivory, Foiles SMH to another Fuger.
It had light grey translucent guts that I am not sure were stock. I never heard or blew a better one. Not too big a deal as I do not hunt Honkers anymore. I think it was to a guy from Kansas, and he must have killed a bunch with it.
Flutes can be sooo deadly!!!
Those gray guts came out of his polycarb call. I can't remember the name of that call, but it was a decent call for sure and those guts were pretty good too. I liked them in certain calls of his more than his green guts.
Thanks Greenhead, I always wondered about that and you are the first person to know. I remember it was easy to run.
That call is the Foiles "Meat Grinder"...and yes, for a poly carb it does sound very good! Actually sounds even better once you break it in...pretty sure they still come with the grey guts. I have the green as well. They are about the same for sound and ease of use.