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#2594637 - Fri Feb 24 2012 12:35 AM Re: best turkey calls [Re: Ole' Raspy]
WildTigerTrout Offline
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Registered: Wed Jun 01 2011
Posts: 1667
Loc: Clinton Co. Pa.
Originally Posted By: Ole' Raspy
A slate call.....So much more varied sounds from a slate.. Use a different striker and get a different sound..Slate works well soft or loud...

A push-pull is limited in what calls you can make w/ it.....
Right on! +1

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#2594882 - Fri Feb 24 2012 10:13 AM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
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Registered: Fri Dec 26 2003
Posts: 18382
Loc: York Co (Hunt 3B)
In the friction...i have a Cody Drop Dead Slate & love it.
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#2594903 - Fri Feb 24 2012 10:46 AM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
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Registered: Wed Nov 16 2005
Posts: 3288
Loc: uʍop ǝpısdn
I love the my diaphrams. All i need in the turkey woods. I do however love the sound from my slate and old lynch box but all i really need is my mouth calls. Once you find one that fits you just right iys hard to beat
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#2595094 - Fri Feb 24 2012 01:52 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
hunt.fish.sleep Offline
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Registered: Thu May 15 2008
Posts: 241
Loc: allegheny county
I'll take the slate over any other turkey call...its just what I have the best results with...also an aluminum faced one...then the box call...I can't use mouth calls I gag on em...I've been practicing with a wigbone but I stink
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#2595237 - Fri Feb 24 2012 03:31 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
SnoodStretcher Offline
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Registered: Mon May 31 2010
Posts: 1491
Loc: Central PA
I think a slate (plain old slate, not glass, crystal or aluminum) in the right hands is the ultimate turkey call. Back off 75 yards from a good caller and its amazing how real they sound!

My preference is my Cody Spec 1 and World Class.
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#2595275 - Fri Feb 24 2012 03:55 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
Callmaker60 Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 17 2008
Posts: 3041
Loc: camp hill, Pa.
I like slate or glass walnut pots, hard to beat.
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#2595286 - Fri Feb 24 2012 04:09 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: Callmaker60]
blackpowder Offline
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Registered: Sun Dec 26 2010
Posts: 1197
Loc: blooming valley pa. in nw pa 1...
kinda off the topic but not really. to me the best calls are the ones you make yourself. my favorite and my best call is a box call i made 30 years ago. i also carry a few slate calls i made that work real well. the are made from old roof slate and old chaulk board slate. you can make strikers from different woods and in different shapes and sizes. nothing any more satisfying than calling in birds with your own calls.

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#2595315 - Fri Feb 24 2012 04:39 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
Callmaker60 Offline
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Registered: Sun Feb 17 2008
Posts: 3041
Loc: camp hill, Pa.
I agree blackpowder, hand made work well for me also.
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#2599534 - Mon Feb 27 2012 11:32 PM Re: best turkey calls [Re: hunter1022]
Denny Emery Offline
old hand

Registered: Sun May 11 2008
Posts: 951
Loc: Jefferson Co, Pa
I prefer mouth calls first but as of late am more interested in friction calls, more especially, the scratch box

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