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.
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 how the hand can create back pressure and affect the sounds coming out of the duck call.
Chad and Chris get into the designing of a duck call and analyze how to make different duck sounds to be an effective waterfowl hunter. Chris Cifreo is an Arkansas duck hunter and partner in Jargon Game Calls.
Chad Belding and Chris Cifreo talk about their new duck call company called Jargon Game Calls on the podcast This Life Ain't For Everybody. They get into the history, designs and inspirations in making these new duck calls. Why the name "Jargon" and how communication and knowing the duck language is important to making realistic duck sounds. Chris also talks about details of the construction of the duck [...]