Late-Season Soft-Sell Duck Calling Tips with a Double-Reed

Late-Season Soft-Sell Duck Calling Tips with a Double-Reed

As duck hunters enter the late season, ducks become a bit more difficult to call. Lynn Burkhead talks with Charlie Holder, of Sure-Shot Game Calls, about some late-season calling tips with a double-reed system to help knock down your share of waterfowl when hunting gets tough.




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