Knight & Hale Pit Boss Goose Call
The Hand Hassle
This call has a good goosey raspy sound for a Polycarbonate call. It feels good ergonomicly, and requires a moderate amount of air pressure. I rate this call at 3 stars because I find it nearly impossible to get the correct hand positioning to make this call work...it is very touchy when it comes to back-pressure. Also, it seems like once you blow about 15 or so notes through it, the call warms up and then it almost doesn't matter where you have your hands... Its good that this call came with an instructional DVD when I bought it because I would have sent it back because I couldn't get it to work before I watched the DVD. Over all, this is one of the best Polycarb calls I have.
December 12, 2006
Not worth the money
This call looks great, and comes with a DVD. However, this is a very poor quality call that does not produce good sound. It also seems to be very overpriced. You are basically paying for a DVD. Make sure your inner components are tight, as I did not touch mine out of the box, and they fell out in the field. Now I have a $25 drinking straw.
October 6, 2011
i bought the pit boss 2 years ago for a first goose call. i had never used any goose calls and did not want to spend a lot of money on one. the pit boss was easy to learn and i still am using it today. it sounds just as good as the expenive calls and it a lot easier to learn how to use. i would recommend this to any new goose hunter.
March 5, 2008
I bought this call as a beginner call and really, its not too bad. Decent honks come out of it and when you start clucking with it, it sounds good. Double cluck isn't too hard to pull of with it either.
Complaints- Freezes up in the cold, and it is hard to break the note sometimes.
November 10, 2012