Flextone Bone Collector Trilogy 3-Pack Diaphragm Turkey Call Combo
Michael Waddell is not only one of the most recognized hunting celebrities on TV today he’s also one of most decorated turkey calling champions ever. From numerous individual and two-team championships from state and national contests, Michael was a dominate competitor for years in the calling circuits. One of Michael’s biggest secret is using a combination of different thicknesses in latex or combining latex and prophylactic reeds, all allowing the reeds to break over much easier than standard mouth calls from the past.
· Triple Reed w/ Double Batwing Cut
· Creates Super Raspy Yelps, Cackles & Cutting
· .004” & .003” Latex for Easier Double Notes
· Double Reed, 2.5 Cutter w/ Double Spur Cut
· Creates Loud Yelps, Cackles & Cutts with Slight Rasp
· Combines .004” & .003” Latex for Easier Double Notes
· Double Reed w/ Clipped Batwing Cut
· Creates Super Easy Two Tone Notes of Yelps & Cackles
· Combines Both .004” Latex & Ultra Thin Prophylactic Reed
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