Ok, first of all, I'm still a newbie at duck hunting. My son in law introduced me to it a couple seasons ago and I was instantly hooked. So far, I've gone hunting with him, and let him do all the calling, and he's actually pretty good. I know enough about calling to know I should be quiet if I simply ain't no good at it. That being said, I want to learn and practice over the off season so I don't have to depend on my son in law if I want to go when he can't. I don't think I'll need a 500$ call to begin with, but I also don't want to waste money or time on a junk call that won't be any good no matter how much I practice. Can y'all recommend a good quality call, that is perhaps "beginner friendly" as well? Something that will last, and produce good results, but maybe not require 100 years of practice to get decent results? I don't mind putting the time in to practice and learn a new skill. Since I live in Ga, I am looking for a wood duck call, along with a mallard call. I know some say you can't call wood ducks, but I've watched my son in law do it often and with good results. I'd like to learn it myself. I plan to watch as many instructional videos as I can find, and hopefully learn it before next season. Any recommendations would be greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance for any help or advice!