Duck Commander Jase Robertson Pro Series Hi-Ball Duck Call

Duck Commander Jase Robertson Pro Series Hi-Ball Duck Call is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 1.
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$39.99
Color: Cola/Clear
Description: Double Reed Call
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Double Reed Call
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Duck Commander Jase Robertson Pro Series Hi-Ball Duck Call
SKU:  2360997
Color
Cola/Clear
Description
Double Reed Call
Model Number
DCPROHB
$39.99
Invalid quantity
Add to Cart
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Unbelievably easy to blow, the easy-to-use Jase Robertson Pro Series Hi-Ball Duck Call from Duck Commander® sounds great through any hunting weather. Designed around a shortened poly barrel and reed combination, the Hi-Ball does not swell or shrink with the changing weather conditions of duck hunting. Using Duck Commander's patented riveted double reed, this call helps you make all the calls from a piercing high end for open water applications along with a soft, raspy low end for finishing. Hand tuned. Friction fit. Incredible consistent performance at a great value.
Manufacturer model #: DCPROHB.

  • Easy-to-use and realistic double reed duck call
  • Unbelievably easy to blow and consistent
  • Friction fit call with a shortened poly barrel and reed combination
  • Riveted double reed design - wide range of realistic mallard hen calls
  • Hand tuned
Web ID: 166019
Important notice
  • Notice--Mouth Calls Non-refundable.
    Due to sanitary reasons, we are unable to accept returned calls. Defective calls should be returned directly to the manufacturer.