Call Recommendation

Spurhunter

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I need a pot call specifically for damp, humid days. Probably going with slate. Would prefer a custom call maker instead of a big company, but MS opens in 33 days so time is of the essence. What say you?
 

Remi

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I have a Yingling waterproof crystal over slate that's awesome


I've used quite a few of the Enticer calls and Al makes a great call.




The sidekick in slate would be my pick
 
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megalomaniac

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Al Horbert... enticer turkey calls

Wet wonder.

I run his silver thunder extreme as my go to call.

I think Andy recommended him several years ago,

Only complaint is the silver thunder is a little heavy.... but flipping from the aluminum side to the Corian side basically gives you 2 different calls in one
 

TN Larry

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Al Horbert... enticer turkey calls

Wet wonder.

I run his silver thunder extreme as my go to call.

I think Andy recommended him several years ago,

Only complaint is the silver thunder is a little heavy.... but flipping from the aluminum side to the Corian side basically gives you 2 different calls in one
^^^^^^This
 

Gravey

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Got mine in and didn't do anything to it and the sound is great. It includes a scotch Brite pad, sandpaper, and stone to condition the call to get different sounds. I've never heard of using a stone so do you use the edge, the pointed end, flat, etc? Maybe it doesn't matter but don't want to screw it up.
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megalomaniac

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Just the flat side of the stone... produces more irregular scratches on the surface for a different sound.

personally I just use the screen sandpaper and don't worry about making different areas of the call with different abrasives. When I want a soft sound, I flip it over and use the back... the corian side. I do also scratch a small square on the back as well.
 

Soft Talker

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I need a pot call specifically for damp, humid days. Probably going with slate. Would prefer a custom call maker instead of a big company, but MS opens in 33 days so time is of the essence. What say you?
If you was a real Turkey Hunter, you would know you don't hunt pot calls on damp, humid days. Sorry, had to do it dude :p
 

Creek bottoms

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Got mine in and didn't do anything to it and the sound is great. It includes a scotch Brite pad, sandpaper, and stone to condition the call to get different sounds. I've never heard of using a stone so do you use the edge, the pointed end, flat, etc? Maybe it doesn't matter but don't want to screw it up.
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I'd skip the stone across the creek and use the other two.
 
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