Very soft/quiet canada call......

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  1. negooseman

    negooseman Senior Refuge Member

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    Looking for a very soft/quiet canada call. Simple clucks/moans to finish birds in an area that tends to echo easily. Any suggestions?
     
  2. DrakeStar

    DrakeStar Elite Refuge Member

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    Winglock Whisperer in hedge.
     
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    joecitrano Senior Refuge Member

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    A wood flute
     
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    goosehunter64 Elite Refuge Member

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    Winglock Whisperer
     
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  5. dukkalr

    dukkalr Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    Winglock Goose Whisperer , just what you are looking for
     
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  6. negooseman

    negooseman Senior Refuge Member

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    The Whisperer is what all my online research suggests also, thanks.
     
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    Zink Cod in birdseye maple,does it all
    and I am a Grounds guy
     
  8. Rickard

    Rickard Refuge Member

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    Another for whisperer. I picked one up in the last few months and I find myself picking it up first before all the other toys get any attention. It came tuned very well for me (which is rare on goose) and I really like the sounds it makes. Doesn't have the range of say, a COD, but where it loses out there, it more than makes up in sound quality. I have one in walnut and thoroughly enjoy it. Dare I say it has some similar sounds as a flute especially on the low end? To back up mpkowal, I have 2 COD's (poly and acrylic) and they can get downright nasty. I found that the NOS would run quieter IMO, but I would and did choose the former after running both side by side. Acrylic NOS went bye bye. Food for thought, get a poly COD and a walnut whisperer. You'd only have in them what you'd have in an acrylic zink. It's the same gut system as an acrylic (green) and the difference isn't massive in tonal quality with a little tuning. I prefer the looks of my acrylic COD, but i got the poly one dialed in and I like it better for sound.
     
  9. negooseman

    negooseman Senior Refuge Member

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    Got my hedge/walnut Whisperer today. Great sounding and very easy to blow. Can't wait to see the birds reaction.
     
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  10. dukkalr

    dukkalr Elite Refuge Member Sponsor

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    let us know how it works out for ya
     

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