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What's on my Duck Lanyard?

Photo By Chris F from Pexels        Asking a waterfowl guy what on his lanyard is kinda like asking what his preferred underpants are. It's a personal choice that varies based on his needs. Do you like that free-style commando life, that a single good mallard call provides, or do you prefer the safety and support of tighty-whities and having a specific call for each bird in your spread?      For me, I prefer a modern approach of a supportive yet freeing boxer brief. Here are the 5 calls I'm rocking going into this season. 1) Here in Texas, Teal are prolific. I keep a Teal call on my lanyard year-round. There are many different Teal calls on the market but currently, the best one I've heard that is easy to blow for multiple species is my buddy Joe’s from JB Custom Calls. 2) It's always good to keep a whistle on hand. You never know when a group of pintails will fly over or you need to bust a drake whistle. Whistles are a very versatile tool to have from dove to duck. A w

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