Feed Chatter – Duck Calling Tip 8 of 11

In previous videos we explain the quack and then extending and shorting the quacks into Greeters and now in this video we get into Chatter techniques. Duck hunters will work into sounding like multiple ducks [...]

Greeters – Duck Calling Tip 7 of 11

Stringing together quacks from hunting tip 6 are now turning into what duck hunters call Greeter Calls. Learn some techniques to get great sounding Greeters and into Pleading Calls and other ducky sounds.

Small Talk

Single Reed Aggressive Timber/Open Water Call

This one of a kind single reed timber duck call can be used in any condition. However, the Small Talk really shines on those days you need to get aggressively loud on top and straight nasty on the bottom end.

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Loud Mouth

Single Reed SUPER Loud Timber/Open Water Call

If you’re looking for a call that will flat out turn some bills, look no further than the Loud Mouth. With its ability to BARK and produce SUPER loud nasally boss hens on top, it’s sure to be your go to duck call when running traffic.

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Ice Breaker

Double Reed Call

Break the Ice easily on your next hunt with this user-friendly double-reed duck call. If you’re looking for a call with the forgiveness of a double reed, but sound of single reed, this is the one. This call is “sister” to our Loud Mouth.

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Chit Chat

Single Reed Timber Style Call

Packed with pure duck, the Chit Chat is a single reed timber style call with a small exhaust port for increased back pressure. It has a great amount of hold built into it for a super ducky irresistible bottom end and great top end duck as well. Designed to be used in close range calling situations when you need to be able to get soft for finishing ducks. When the ducks become a little shy it’s time to convince them with a little a Chit Chat.

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Quality Built Duck Calls

Jargon Game Calls are precise, CNC turned, and hand-tuned duck calls right here in Arkansas, USA. We provide hunters with a high quality, lifetime duck call. As duck hunters, we have our own Jargon. We use it to communicate amongst each other before the hunt, during the hunt, and after the hunt! “Get down”, “here they come”, “take ‘em”, “send the dog”, and “Nice Shooting Boys” are just some examples of Jargon being used on a daily basis among duck hunters. It doesn’t stop there though. In order to attain success in the Duck’s World, we need to be well versed in the JARGON of the wild duck. We have to entice them with our words, the passion in our calling, and the timing of our delivery. This is where JARGON GAME CALLS was brought into fruition!