A quick reminder ... all of my calls are available in different exotic wood species. Just drop me a line with your order to have your call customized.
his is my hand-tuned locator call. Instead of calling to a turkey directly, this call allows you to locate him without his realizing that you're "in the game". If he's a hot bird, he'll start right at you, so this call allows you to get set up before he comes in and "busts" you.
his hand-turned Wood Duck call is usually made of Cocobolo, unless you specify something else. The Cocobolo will handle getting wet better than other other wood species. It's not a submarine, but it'll withstand being pretty wet. It's sealed inside and out. It's also hand signed, dated and numbered.
his one-piece hand-turned striker is made from Honduran Rosewood. It's finished with a clear-coat finish. These strikers are also available in Purpleheart, Cocobolo, Osage Orange and other fine woods.
Diaphragm Mouth Calls
very turkey hunter using a mouth call uses different air pressure when blowing a call. I've designed these calls to cover the whole range of hunters.
The olive colored one is the stiffest resistance, for hunters who use a high volume of air
The green call is the lightest resistance, and is usually used in low volume situations.
The other three calls fall in the middle of the two extremes.
he yellow diaphragm call is the Gobbler Getter
. It is three-and-a-half reed (V)cut of .003 latex thick.
he olive colored call is called the Scorpion
. It's a three-reed (V)cut of .004 latex.
he Red call is the Gobbler's Obsession
. It is three-and-a-half (V)cut of .003 and .004 latex.
he maroon diaphragm call is the Feather Buster.
It is a three-reed (V)cut prophylactic and latex material.
he green call is the Sudden Death
call. It is three-and-a-half (V)cut made of prophylactic material.
Price: $ 8.50
Elephant Ivory Tipped Hand-Turned Striker
his top-of-the-line striker is made with Cocobolo wood, but can be custom-ordered in Honduran Rosewood as well. It puts a different spin on a call, giving a distinct, turkey-killing sound. My personal preference is to use this striker with a Pure Death
call. This striker may make your pocketbook quiver a little bit, but it's the "best-of-the-best".
Currently Unavailable (as of February 13, 2014) I hope to have more ivory in 2-3 months.