Scoot was nice enough to run some kee kee's and some kee kee runs for us again on his pot call.
Kee Kee...A kee kee can be run very easy if you make sure you, DON'T CHANGE THE ANGLE OF YOUR STRIKER
as you go through the motions. If you change it the call will start to break over like a yelp. You have to pinch your striker as tightly as you can to kill as much of the vibrations in it. You don't have to put a lot of pressure down with the striker either just like you would normally run your call. A lot of people say to play it near the edge of the surface, no need, play it right where you would play a yelp.
Kee Kee Run...Ran the same as a kee kee except as you get done with your last kee kee release your pinch pressure on your striker
and let it vibrate in your fingers. You can go right into a yelp at the end of your last kee kee.
Both of these calls work very well in the early and later seasons in spring. Early seasons when the Toms aren't answering hen calls they will come and check you out because some jakes still kee kee, and they are all pent up ready to breed and the hens aren't ready yet, so the dominance factor
kicks in. It also works well for a run n gun or locater call, both Toms and Hens will answer it and let you know where they are so you can set up and start calling.