White Liar™ Pot Turkey Call - Plastic
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- Features cutting-edge material called Corian
- Corian works just as well wet as it does dry
- Convex surfaces produce a more consistent sound
- Comes with a Power Tip Striker
The White Liar™ Pot Turkey Call features cutting-edge material called Corian. Unlike anything in the sport today, Corian works just as well wet as it does dry. The convex surfaces of this call allows the striker to stay in contact with the surface for a more consistent sound. Each call comes with a Power Tip Striker.
Manufacturer model #: KH1529.
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by aamjones Great pot call
Great pot call for under $30 bucks! Used correctly it puts out a great sound, rivals more expensive calls. It is also very easy to use no matter your experience level.
April 4, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by SpringfieldBoy Easy to get nice sound
Buy it! It is on sale and seems like a superior call for the $20 I paid tonight compared to every thing Bass Pro has in the sub $30 pot calls.
I went to Bass Pro tonight to buy an Ol' Yella or Slate Hammer for my first pot call after giving a lot of sub $30 calls some testing last night. Tonight upon arrival I saw reps from Knight & Hale had a demo table set up. Sweet! I asked for guidance and the rep said forget those two calls and listen to this White Liar plastic pot. Wow! a real turkey! As raspy as my "raspy old hen' mouth call. The best I have ever heard from a pot call! Then he compared it to the wooden pot white liar. He preferred the plastic pot sound and so did I. The wood was higher pitched and less raspy. He said he would autograph it if I bought it. That is when I found out he was former World Champion turkey caller in '93 and his partner was a state champion '07.
I asked the pros about maintenance and technique since I am new to this type of call.
He showed me a light finger tip grip on the pot makes the loudest sound. A more "in palm" grip or tighter grip decreases the volume. Also, you can aim the bottom toward the direction you want the sound directed. He showed it work wet or dry the same.
Near the edge is slightly higher pitched and less raspy. But it is not nearly the differece I saw in most of the demo calls on display. Works wet or dry the same.
He suggested using a spot away from the edge a little or the center for yelping, cutting and clucks. But he suggested using it very close to the edge for purring. So far it is super easy to get great sounds AND not make any bad sounds. He does not rest any of his striker hand on the other hand or call but said it was ok to do that.
He said to never sand the graphite tip. He said only sand the top half of the call and use that. He suggested to take the emory cloth on your hunt in case you need to use it.
April 2, 2011
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