I was asked for a call by Gerry Bethge from New York NY. She is a rock maple over a chestnut box. She has a sweet voice coming out of her from this port oxford cedar striker. This is a test call, that I'll get back after they run all the tests that they want to do on it. Hope she performs well for them and shows them everything a tongue call can do.
Thanks Ted, Once the magazine runs their sound tests and finishes with the photographs for their call article that is supposed to be in the March issue. It will be interesting to see what they think of a tongue call?
Dixie Belle wrote:Did you send instructions? It's kind of like I was saying about Nationals, I hope they have someone there that can run a tongue call.
That wouldn't be a bad idea at all. I have shown the tongue calls to some guys that I work with that turkey hunt. Each one of them either made some ugly sounds or no sound at all when they first tried it. It really did surprise me how awful they got the calls to sound even after I showed them and explained it.
That's awesome Scott, hope you get some additional business from the article, I was doing inventory yesterday, gettn ready, and running calls, my tongue call sounds great and will be riding along next month....