Lonesome hen quack, disturbance quack, notification quack explained by duck hunters. Duck calling techniques demonstrating how to quack and sound really ducky.
Chad demonstrates the differences in creating pressurized air properly to create a good sounding duck call. This is part 4 of a 11 part duck calling instructional series.
This duck calling instructional goes in detail how to control the air in your mouth, which starts in the diaphragm to the lungs and into the mouth to create a great duck call sound.
Great tip on how to create a proper seal with your mouth to create a good sounding duck call.
Part of a series of duck calling instruction from the makers of Jargon Duck Calls. In this video Chad Belding and Chris Cifreo discuss what are the correct ways to hold a duck call and [...]
Chad tried to get the emotional side of Chris going by discussing how much pride he should have in these duck call designs. How excited he should be and how happy he actually is to [...]
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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!