Knight & Hale® Hale Fire™ Gobble Call
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- Duplicates tom turkey gobble
- Single reed call
- Easy to use
- Threadlock® design for easy cleaning
The Hale Fire Gobble Call from Knight & Hale is the easiest to use, best sounding turkey gobble call on the market. For years, call makers have tried to produce a call that duplicates a gobble, is easy to use and doesn't break the bank. Knight & Hale is the first to accomplish this feat with the new Hale Fire gobble call. The Hale Fire is a single reed call that even a novice can master in a few minutes. It is constructed of a molded body with a stylish aluminum centerpiece. This call also features a special Threadlock design for easy disassembly, in case you drop the call and need to clean it quickly.
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Rated 2 out of 5 by tagedout very hard to use
If you got a lot of time on your hand's ....maybe you can practice enough to make this sound like a gobble . But its gonna take time and your wife and anyone else around will hate the noises coming from this call sounds like an injured goose trying to gobble. If you want a challenge get this call.
May 7, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by wolfcreek great locator and situational call
This call is great not only as a locator call but also to make that Gobbler Jealous. He thinks another gobbler has slipped in on his ladies. The call is not that difficult to use so don't let some of the reviews scare you. Man Up and try one, it might be the best money you spend.
April 27, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by 300magSHOOTER Hard to Blow
I bought this call thinking it would be easy to learn to blow because I can already blow the tooka tooka into a duck call no problem, what i wasnt expecting is how much air pressure this call requires.....I just couldnt get enough air into the call while saying tooka tooka to get anything even close to a gobble out of it so i improvised and tried to blow it like the haint, for those of you who have never blown the haint you flutter your tongue against the roof of your mouth while blowing one big puff of air into the call.....when i did that the first time it sounded terrible but the more I worked with it and got the tone down right it started to sound better and now i think it sounds better than the haint. It just takes practice and it will work either saying tooka tooka or fluttering your tongue like the haint. God bless and happy huntin.
March 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by lunkergetter Works but requires some practice
I bought this call expecting to just blow "tooka, tooka, tooka" into the call like the instructions say. However, it isn't that easy for me at least. One thing that I did find helpful for me was to pucker my lips rather than leaving them flat. It does make it easier. With a little practice I think it will sound great because it is already getting a lot better.
This call along with my Pretty Boy decoy will be a deadly combo for the Kentucky thunder chickens this spring.
March 14, 2013
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