Rich-N-Tone DC Diablo Bocote Duck Call

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$79.99
Color: Bocote Wood
Description: Single Reed
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Single Reed
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Rich-N-Tone DC Diablo Bocote Duck Call
SKU:  2206323
Color
Bocote Wood
Description
Single Reed
Model Number
RNT1062
$79.99
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Ship to Address
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Description
Rich-N-Tone DC Diablo Bocote Duck Call

Get devilishly good results on your next duck hunt with the DC Diablo Bocote Duck Call from Rich-N-Tone™. This deadly effective single reed call mixes the signature deep raspy sound of original Daisy Cutter with a touch of soft whiney back pressure often associated with finishing type calls for big results. This medium volume call cranks out a deep, raspy sound that works in virtually any hunting environment over open water or around timber. Softer Bocote wood construction adds a softer, deeper, mellow sound to your calls. Call features an O-ring insert and stainless steel band.
Manufacturer model #: RNT1062.

  • Combines proven Daisy Cutter sound with a touch of finishing call back pressure
  • Medium volume
  • Deep, raspy calls work in nearly any hunting environment
  • Single reed
  • O-ring insert
  • Bocote wood construction - softer, mellow sound
Web ID: 10213027
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.