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Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Calling Forum' started by craig wilson, Dec 18, 2017.
I have had my coco call stick rarely.
I’ve always been able to blow around it, though
I hunt the Canadian side of Lake Erie. Its hard to keep a call free of moisture when its pretty much wet and cold all fall. One thing I found is to keep the calls warm via a heat pack in my wader pocket. I run Stump's calls and have had very little to no issues with any of his calls that have the new mods. The looser running calls like the GD3 and Alpha can be run all day cold and wet. I have yet to run a CWF with the mods so I can't comment on it but from what I hear I shouldn't have any problems either.
I am actually dumber after reading your posts sir.
A word to the wise, should always be sufficient, but in the alternative - just keep doing what your were, before reading my posts, and you may be better off...
I know this might be a no brainer, but the reason a call sticks is the Reed material balence is off. Try using different materials and wedge materials. I ended up using black cake container plastic in several of my calls and cutting the reeds myself because the material is glossed. Nothing I hate more than getting out setting up waiting in the blowing sleet for 3 hours to see ducks and putting the call to my lips and stepped on the dog comes out.