Goose Flute
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By dutr199 - 2/10/2013 5:38:17 PM
I recently purchased a goose flute call and I am having trouble learning how to use it. I am having the hardest time making new notes. If you would leave any tips it would be very helpful. -Thanks
By ejpaul1 - 8/11/2013 7:13:00 PM
As well, Id like to know what Canadian goose call for under 40 bucks could be recommended.
By Honker-Konker - 8/21/2013 3:15:41 PM
Some may disagree with me but flutes do not have the same capabilities as a short reed goose call will have. While goose flutes are easier to use than a short reed, short reeds will allow you to be much more versatile with your calling.

Just about any short reed call would be a good starting point for you. Get your hands on a few of them and try them out. Some really cheap short reeds have a "plastic" sound when used so try to avoid them. Also learn to adjust and shave reeds so you can get the custom sound you like.
By Amish Amy - 8/21/2013 3:38:46 PM
I have a couple short reeds and love them they are more work though.   I would suggest Sean Mann Eastern Shorman poly.  i have one east to use sounds great.  Till you get more exp and want to try soemthing else
By Stock - 10/3/2013 3:34:03 PM
I use a goose flute and always have (tim grounds guides best flute).  It gives a different sound when hunting with a group of guys that blow short reeds.  I can make almost every call they can. I have hunted with guys before that put there short reeds aside and just let me call on the flute. They are great and easy to use.