Buck Gardner Calls Magic Pack
In a pinch would work
Goose call: I have used this for a few hunts. Works alright most of the time, but will stick a bunch. To much for my comfort. I thought it was me, but got a different call, a Zink Power Clucker and that did not stick on me at all. So, it did work, but it also did scare its fair share of geese off with it sticking. Not consistent enough for my liking.
Duck call: worked just fine, just sounded a little high for my liking. Not into duck hunting as much, but does work fine.
November 6, 2014
Good starting calls
These two calls are very nice and get the whole flock to come in. But only if you know how to use the. That is the hardest part. Because the goose call is hard to use and takes so much time to master unlike the duck call that you can get in a day of practice. The dura limits of these calls is very bad they crack easily but if your are careful and practice these are one of the best starter calls you can buy for they'r price.
November 18, 2013
Good for a beginner
Not very "ducky" sounding. I figured as a beginner I would try something not too expensive. They are okay and I will use them and keep them and maybe upgrade later but the calls that everyone else are using around me sound a lot more authentic than these. Just to make sure it wasn't just me, I switched calls with my dad and later my brother and we all had the same opinion. They are easy blowing and the reeds have not gotten stuck though.
December 12, 2012
The duck call just became my favorite. For a cheap call it does very well. Good sound, no problems with sticking.
November 27, 2012