Down-N-Dirty Haint Gobble Turkey Call - Walnut

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Simple-to-use in all conditions, this turkey call replicates the sound of a gobble to attract a territorial tom trying to establish or defend his territory. Made of walnut. Comes with an instructional turkey calling DVD.
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Hey all,
I have been working on this call for about a month. It is very difficult to get the hang of but once you have it, look out. I would tell you that the company is very supportive and helpful, they helped me out a lot. I was having trouble until I learned that you almost have to act like your kissing it. You blow through the smallest hole that you can make with your lips (just about the size of a straw) and flutter your tongue behind your teeth. Then watch the video and learn how to cup your hands. I cant wait to crush a long beard with this baby.
vmdwannabe at Cabelas on 04/12/2013

Down-n-Dirty Haint Gobble Turkey Call

This is the most realistic gobble call out there. How ever just as others meantioned it is a little difficult to blow at first. But once you get the hang of it, it is an awesome call.
BuckeyeJB at Cabelas on 04/09/2013

Most Realistic Gobble Call

It took several hours of practice, but I can make awesome gobbles now with this call. Take the time to learn how to use it, and you will kill more turkeys.
vtmchunter at Cabelas on 04/11/2013

Neutral Reviews:

Not as easy as they say

Bought this call and watched the video. I cant seem to get it to work with the free air, flutter your tongue method they teach on the video. I would say I'm close using a mallard feeder call style technique which is what they say not to do!? Seems the reed tends to stick a bit at times also. I will say, I shot a tom yesterday from a pair that came in and when the survivor ran off, he went about 50 yards and started hammering off. The Haint and him had quite a conversation for about 3 solid minutes! That was cool and no doubt he thought either his buddy or the DSD Jake decoy were calling back to him, so I'd have to say the call works, I will need to practice some more.
opster246 at Cabelas on 04/16/2013