dedicated wet weather vest?

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dedicated wet weather vest?

Postby eddie234 » May 1st, 2011, 8:03 am

do you have a special vest or set of calls just for rain or wet weather?
The way my spring is going I just ordered a blind and am probably going to get a box call and pot call that are weather resistant to take when it raining.
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RE: dedicated wet weather vest?

Postby xcal1ber » May 1st, 2011, 10:44 am

When i know its gonna rain, i usually put my box calls and pot calls in a big zip-lock bag so they wont get wet,, if you can learn to use a mouth call proficiently then obviously its gonna be your best bet when its raining... there is some good boxes and pots for wet weather, my buddy has a Quaker Boy Hurricane Supreme box and its for the rain and it sounds good, I also think Knight and Hale makes some pots for rainy weather... As for the blind it will Def keep you dry, i have one for when i bow hunt turkeys and sometimes deer and it hasnt failed me yet.
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RE: dedicated wet weather vest?

Postby RCTaylor » May 1st, 2011, 2:19 pm

got a k&h wet box that sounds pretty good. and a stricker from crane creek calls called a cotton mouth [ i think ] that will work when wet, and mouth calls

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RE: dedicated wet weather vest?

Postby retranger » May 1st, 2011, 3:37 pm

I have a pop up blind that I will use when it is raining, also have one of the umbrellas that fastens to a tree that works fairly well. I have not purchased any water proof calls yet but I do like the quaker boy little hurricane. I also use bread bags to put my box call in to keep it dry.
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