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Double Reed Duck Calls Travel Light
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Stuttgart, Arkansas is known as the “Duck Capital of the World,” and for good reason. Those naturally flooded bottomland hardwoods and extensive rice production surrounding Stuttgart beckon to ducks and hunters far and wide. The eastern Arkansas duck paradise boasts of mallards, pintails, wood ducks, and a host of other waterfowl.
Of the many benefits of being in Texas, the playa lakes region in the Texas Panhandle is icing on the cake for the duck hunter. When the seasonal rains are plentiful, the Panhandle overflows with an abundance of waterfowl.
The per acre population of wintering waterfowl in the Central Valley of California is greater than any other location in the United States. At its highest peak, it supports 5 to 7 million waterfowl. With that many ducks in the area, the probability of a great hunt is tremendous.
Thomas Game Calls wants you to have a great hunt wherever you go. If there are ducks in your area, the Thomas Deluxe Double Reed Duck Call will bring them in.
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He had never gotten his own. He had always gone with Dad. He remembered his father and the other men on the lease telling stories of the day’s hunt. Each one took great delight in describing the response of the ducks to their calls. His father swore by only one: that classic Thomas double reed duck call. The stories that man would tell because of that call. It had pained him to have lost it.
But now, he opened the package and there it was, only new. He picked it up and felt the smooth wood finish of the handcrafted instrument. He put the duck call to his mouth and gave it a test. That raspy Mallard sound. Perfect. He tried a few tucka-tucka-tuckas and the boy laughed out loud.
“Let me try!” the boy said. Reluctantly, he handed it over to his son. “Just try to say the word ‘quit’ as you blow.” The boy did just that, and he heard the thumping tail from the corner, showing the lab’s approval. They both grinned. He could hardly wait for opening day.