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Green Timber Single Reed Duck Call

Wing Nutz's Green Timber Single Reed Duck Call by Sean Mann is a finesse duck caller's dream. It's a short, super ducky, single-reed call designed to produce all of the sounds of hen mallards.

Sounds range from quick, snappy quacks, to down-and-dirty feed chuckles and clucks to make ducks beg for more. Also available from Wing Nutz is the Open Water Red Acrylic Single Reed Duck Call by Sean Mann. Combine ringing hails, raspy greeters, pleading comebacks and ultra-realistic feed chuckles and you have the Open Water Wing Nutz duck call.


Contact: Wing Nutz, (800) 345-4539; www.wingnutzcalls.com


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