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Discussion in 'Duck & Goose Calling Forum' started by negooseman, Nov 2, 2017.
A cocoboula shoreman. Or one ofvthecflutes from conolee calls. A flute is a great tool for this n is very under rated. My lanyard is never without one
glad to see this thread. I too need a goose call like the winglock. I didn't see them online with cabela's bass pro, rogers, or macks. went to winglocks website but they only showed acrylic. will be giving them a call in the morning. I don't know how Sean Manns flutes call sounds. Has anyone have his flute honker calls? I need to check out his website as well. Eastern shore type.
As Joe stated I'm never without a flute. I have a maple and delrin Shoreman and two that Trevor Shannahan made for me years ago. They get more work than any short reed I have. I use the flute and my son and nephew use short reeds. Easy to use, blow like a short reed but the sound is magic.
Wood flute all day long
Bigcans, I ended up getting a hedge/walnut Whisperer from Rick in a very timely manner. He had some listed on eBay. First impression out of the box.....should of bought one years ago. Soft, quiet, extremely easy to blow, and all goose.
good to hear...
Couldn't some of the old long reed style calls in wood be used for what the OP wanted?
I got a new Goose Whisper in acrylic I would sale to for 55.00 shipped to your door
wooden winglock.I recommended one for a buddy of mine and they sound real nice and easy to blow.