Rich-N-Tone MicroHen Duck Call - Bocote Wood

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Color: Bocote Woood
Description: 1 Reed
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Rich-N-Tone MicroHen Duck Call - Bocote Wood
SKU:  2037208
Color
Bocote Woood
Description
1 Reed
Model Number
RNT1058
$69.99
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Ship to Address
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Description
Rich-N-Tone MicroHen Duck Call - Bocote Wood

No voice changes here--the MicroHen Duck Call by Rich-N-Tone™ is deliberately undersized in order to produce the squeaky, raspy, high-pitched sounds of a young hen. A softer wood that allows for the production of softer, deeper, mellower sounds than more dense woods, Bocote is noted for its tannish yellow color with dramatic dark brown to almost black striping. A perfect compliment to another Rich-N-Tone duck call due to its different sound, this call is also ideal for late season calling, timber, or imitating young mallard hens.
Manufacturer model #: RNT1058.

  • Produces the squeaky, raspy, high-pitched sounds of a young hen
  • Made of Bocote wood
  • Only 3-3/4'' long
  • Requires little effort to blow
  • Perfect compliment to other Rich-N-Tone duck calls
  • Ideal for late season calling, timber, or imitating young mallard hens
Web ID: 1307011308
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.