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Duck hunting has a long tradition in the United States. Enjoyed by almost every age, it is a well respected outdoor sport, providing not only fun and excitement but also food. To achieve the best results it is important to know which is the best duck call for a certain situation. Creating the right sounds can fill an empty sky quickly with a flock of mallards.
One of the first things you should decide on is a material. Today there are three really popular materials: Wood, Acrylic, and Polycarbonate. All have different advantages and differ in sound and price. Generally, the denser a material is the sharper and clearer a sound will be. Definitely, the oldest material used for duck calls is wood. That’s what the first calls were made from and it is still a popular choice today. If used correctly, the sound of a wood call is smooth and super realistic. It is also quieter than the other materials since wood tends to slightly absorb sounds, creating those soft tones it is loved for! Today the number one choice for high-end duck calls in terms of material is acrylic. It is a long lasting and high-density material, producing a loud and crisp sound. Unlike other materials, it is not affected by moisture or temperatures, making it a solid choice for every weather. Polycarbonate is the best choice for beginners. It is also very durable and long lasting and therefore also widely used by advanced duck hunters. Correctly used, it is capable of attracting tons of ducks.
Whether you're a beginner or an expert duck hunter, chosing the best call will most definately increase productivity. Duck Commander is a reputable brand that has mastered their niche, and it shows with their calls! Happy hunting!