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Haydel’s Reedy Creek Calls
Developed by professional guide Brian LaFay
of Reedy Creek Outfitters.

New Jersey is home to a major east coast wintering population of Brant and Old Squaw.  Each Call has been hand tuned by one of Reedy Creek Outfitters professional guides, who have specialized in hunting Brant and Old Squaw for over 25 years.  Both are sure to be a favorite of all Brant and Old Squaw hunters.

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HAYDEL'S REEDY CREEK OLD SQUAW CALL

Description:

Just what Squaw hunters have been waiting for - Haydels Reedy Creek Old Squaw Call.  With over 4 seasons of development, testing and postitive feedback from hunters on both coasts!  This call produces the sound that every true sea duck wants while in the layout or big water boat.

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$39.99

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$5.99

Extended Description:

Reedy Creek Outfitters “Old Squaw Call” was developed by professional guide Brian LaFay of Reedy Creek Outfitters.

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HAYDEL'S REEDY CREEK BRANT CALL

Description:

Hand tuned by RCO's professional guides.  Replicates all the sounds and volume of Brant on either coast.

Price:

$34.99

Shipping Cost:

$5.99

Extended Description:

Reedy Creek Outfitters “Brant Call” was developed by professional guide Brian LaFay, of Reedy Creek Outfitters.
New Jersey is home to a major east coast wintering population of Brant.  Each Brant Call has been hand tuned by one of RCO's professional guides, specializing in hunting Brant for over 25 years. This call, the first of its kind, replicates all the sounds and volume of Brant on either coast. Sure to be a favorite of all Brant hunters.

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BRANT CALLING INSTRUCTIONS

Holding the call with thumb under bottom of fore end, fingers over the top, blow thru the call rolling your tongue mouthing a long Bllleeeeettt and/or Bllluurtt while steadily forcing more air thru the call, til the end of the note, when your tongue should hit sharply at the roof of your mouth. Shorten the sounds, decrease the volume and air pressure as birds approach. Controlling back pressure will vary the pitch and tone of the call. Brant are very vocal, having more than one in your party calling can produce greater results.
 

OLD SQUAW CALLING INSTRUCTIONS

You will be blowing three notes, “who,Who,DAT”, the first two notes with closed hand, last note open hand.  Each note goes steadily up, from low to medium to high. Holding the call with thumb under fore end, fingers over the top, squeezing your hand into a soft fist to produce back pressure, blow “who,Who” then open your hand to “Dat”.  First note can role into second, with a sharp third note.  Each note with an equal distance from each other...”who Who DAT”  “who Who DAT”

OLD SQUAW CALLING TIPS

Call to get their attention at a distance.  If the birds are approaching your spread, use call sparingly.  If birds are just on the outside and about to pass up the spread, give them a call. If they return to the spread, stop calling.