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#5375647 - 10/23/14 10:51 AM Good Spec Call Under 50
oilag Offline
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Registered: 11/14/12
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Loc: Houston, TX
Sorry for the 500th call thread, but need a recommendation. Thanks fellas.

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#5376060 - 10/23/14 03:16 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
kellygunner Offline
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I use a chien chaile call which sounds pretty good and around the $50 range. But there is some fantastic calls out there if hunt specks regularly. Locally there is jb custom calls, other good ones are riceland calls, redbone calls, basin calls.

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#5376173 - 10/23/14 04:23 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
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Sean Mann Call
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#5376194 - 10/23/14 04:33 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
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The rnt spec call at academy is under $30. Pretty solid

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#5377071 - 10/24/14 07:20 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
BMowatt Offline
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White Out

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#5377131 - 10/24/14 07:51 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
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Have to disagree with the Sean Mann call. I have one and it takes a train load of air to run.
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#5377182 - 10/24/14 08:23 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
kellygunner Offline
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Well the chien caille call(I spelled it wrong before) is now $75, it used to be around $50. To their defense though, it is made of delrin and not just some cheap plastic call.

Has anyone gotten the new rnt speck call yet? I wonder how that sounds. I'm sure some of the ranger creek guys could tell us.


Kelly
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#5377266 - 10/24/14 08:58 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: wal1809]
garrett Offline
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Originally Posted By: wal1809
Have to disagree with the Sean Mann call. I have one and it takes a train load of air to run.


oh I'm sure you have plenty of air to run the dang thing
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#5401219 - 11/05/14 05:09 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
oilag Offline
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Thanks for the help guys. Ended up trying a few out at johnny's in eagle lake and picked up the sean mann. pretty easy to run

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#5402111 - 11/06/14 12:24 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
dogcatcher Offline
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Buy yourself a call with Louisiana style guts, pull the guts out and shorten the tonechannel and round off the end of the reed like a goose call. Even better would be to use a thicker reed, but it will work if you do it right.
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#5405149 - 11/07/14 11:38 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
Paul D Offline
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Registered: 10/13/14
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Chien Caille hands down. I have spec hunted my whole life. No better call in my opinion. Spec calls in general are tough to blow though and take practice to get the "break" right.
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#5405270 - 11/07/14 12:29 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: wal1809]
Marcstar Offline
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Loc: Temple, TX
Originally Posted By: wal1809
Have to disagree with the Sean Mann call. I have one and it takes a train load of air to run.


I've got one....I like it just fine...then again it's not like I spend afternoons testing various calls much less using them in the field. I've run a few others just messing around but could not even tell you the brands. So bottom line I don't have a very good base to give recommendations.

But yeah it's the Sean Mann White Out Express. They have a regular White Out call that is more expensive but the express is like $49.99 or some such.

But curious what you recommend Wayne.
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#5405273 - 11/07/14 12:30 PM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: oilag]
Marcstar Offline
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Loc: Temple, TX
But this reminds me- I like speckle bellies and I bet you like specklebellies too.
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Dear Lord please bullwhip me for saying this but I agree, Marcstar is in the lead. Please nobody use this as a quote!!!

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#5406696 - 11/08/14 09:55 AM Re: Good Spec Call Under 50 [Re: kellygunner]
Fastduck Offline
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Registered: 01/11/08
Posts: 248
Loc: Texas
Originally Posted By: kellygunner
Well the chien caille call(I spelled it wrong before) is now $75, it used to be around $50. To their defense though, it is made of delrin and not just some cheap plastic call.

Has anyone gotten the new rnt speck call yet? I wonder how that sounds. I'm sure some of the ranger creek guys could tell us.


Kelly


My god, I wish I would have stocked up in the 90's when they were $10.

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