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Whats a good one to buy, either open or closed reed? I have a couple rabbit in distress hand calls but would also like to get a bird/rodent one as well. Thanks
 

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Once you become good with an open reed call, you can do a lot of different sounds. From high pitched bird sounds, to coyote vocalizations, to lower pitched growls, and everything in between.

I have a few closed reed calls, but rarely use them because they freeze up easier than open reed calls, and they are limited as to what you can do with them.
 

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The tweety call is a good high pitched call i keep a critrcall standard on my laynard at all times. It can do high pitched and low pitched.
 

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Thanks fellas.

Found out tonight that you guys are defintely right about the open reeds; had both my closed reeds freeze on me tonight. The only open reed I have now is a howler but Ill certainly be purchasing more
 

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Try some of the verminator calls. I use the twetty and psycho tweety. They sound great and open reed
 
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