Getting into the details of duck calling and learning the language of the duck, Chris demonstrates the differences in a Fine, Coarse, Rasphy & Boss Hen duck calls. Each of these different duck calls mimic different sounds a duck makes at different ages and attitudes. Listen close to hear the differences in the duck calling techniques and give it a try. Let us know what you think!
We talk about the differences in hunting and competition style hail calls and how to use them effectively to break down ducks on a hunt. Chris demonstrates the hunting hail call using the different Jargon Duck Calls.
The goal here is to learn how to make the decoy spread come alive with mixing the different duck calling techniques like the flat quack, greeters and feed chatter. The guys talk about timing your calls and how to work in a group of duck callers.
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 using different chatter techniques like the feed chatter. Let us know what you think!
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.
Lonesome hen quack, disturbance quack, notification quack explained by duck hunters. Duck calling techniques demonstrating how to quack and sound really ducky.
Chad and Chris talk about what happens next after the air gets into the call. The hunters are moving around to move the sound around to create realistic duck sounds.
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.