Big River Game Calls Long Honker Goose Flute
Makes the mellow tones of Canada geese. Color: Advantage® Wetlands®.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 13 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by lilhunterman0217 aawsoome this is by far the best goose call ive everr used ive tried to use those 100$ little clear plastic ones and it sounts like a duck caal with a goose mixed in some where i hunt 200+ times a year and this calls in 10/15 flocks its sonds awesome .....!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! December 31, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by deadsquirrels goodcall i got this call about 2 years ago and i absolutely love it. makes great call sounds and can reach out and call in any flock. great call! August 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by labs2011 Good call I've used the wooden one in the past. It's easy to use, has a good tone and works good for a confidence call. lacks in range a little compared to some but makes up for it in it's sound. I decided to get this one instead of the wood because I figure this one will last a little longer. Over all a good choice, especially for a beginner. June 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by rachel87 very good i have tried other calls and i have found this one the best i have used and its very easy to use also April 3, 2011
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A:This call you want to use a little less lung power in it, sort of finesse it. Also include a low vocal sound into it and break into a little more stern blow. After getting the basic goose tone, you can add to it from there. Hopefully this helps a little and good luck
A:I just disassemble my calls and dry the reed tone broad and wedge
A:Try blowing it easy 1 second then hard one second. If that does not work try tuning it per dirrections.
A:its all about hand placement, if your hands not in the right spot it'll sound like a party horn.
A:just practice, watch geese or get a video. it will sound great if you practice.
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