Speck call

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  1. ARHHH4

    ARHHH4 Senior Refuge Member

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    With the increasing amount of specks that we are getting in my area from year to year i think I am going to throw a speck spread together. I'm looking for a decent call as far as durability, but also want something that is pretty user friendly as far as how much air it takes to operate and run, since I have never blown one. I've read up on chien calle, Richland and red bone calls but don't know that I wanna drop that kinda money right out the gate. Any tips or suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
     
  2. cacklercrazy

    cacklercrazy Senior Refuge Member

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    3 calls I like. Rnt Barbelly, Riceland, redbone. All three are great and will get the job done. Buy one and practice.
     
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  4. Rangerbob

    Rangerbob Senior Refuge Member

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    Based on a number of recommendations on an earlier post, I bought a Riceland poly. It is loud, easy to blow, and easy to learn to blow. We have increasing numbers of specks mixed in with our little geese here in SW Ok and I was looking for a call to add for them. If I remember the call was about $70.
     
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    Meach Elite Refuge Member

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    Riceland poly!
     
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    Hossdog Senior Refuge Member

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    the new H2 (Haydels) speck call is worth a look. I have the acrylic and love it.
     
  7. ARHHH4

    ARHHH4 Senior Refuge Member

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    Thanks men. I'll look into em
     
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    Riceland poly is a great place to start. My oldest son prefers the riceland over the rnt and the redbone, however, I prefer the redbone over the riceland. I've used the chein caille, haydel, rnt, riceland and redbone. I'd say the easiest to learn and pick up on is the riceland.
     
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