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Kickin' Chicken – your ticket to tantalizing turkey success!
This extraordinary call boasts spicy cuts that are a breeze to master, making it a go-to for both beginners and seasoned hunters. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, it's a paragon of durability and high quality. With its built-in realism, every yelp is a siren song that'll drive Tom turkeys wild. It's strategic cut makes it easier to hit the full range of turkey sounds! Give it a go and watch the feathers fly!
- Spicy cuts
- Easy to use all around call
- Full range of all turkey sounds
I'd say it's a good call and I'm more of a ghost cut guy I do like the rasp is has I'll practice more with it but overall it's a pretty good call
MOUTH CALL CARE
When it comes to mouth calls, their life span is known to be short, but they can have the ability to last with proper care. The key is how you take care of them. There are multiple ways to care for your mouth call. We recommend the following tactics to help prolong the life of your calls.
Keep them out of the Sun. Store in refrigerator, especially in the off-season. Avoid areas with high exposure to heat such as glove box or center console. Utilize multiple calls to disperse stress
Sun and UV Ray Protection:
UV rays might be one of the harshest elements when it comes to a mouth calls lifespan. Exposing your mouth call to UV can vaporize the latex and cause it to break down 10x faster than normal wear and tear. We recommend you DO NOT store your mouth calls in areas such as: On the dash of the truck. On a table or windowsill. Any areas with high exposure to heat
"Picking" your mouth call:
Picking your mouth calls is an excellent strategy to ensure your turkey hunting calls are consistently ready for each morning. The practice of 'picking' a mouth call involves inserting a plastic toothpick between the reeds after each use, effectively maintaining the separation of the reeds and preserving the call's effectiveness. Do not force it. Forcing the reeds, such as pushing them together without separating them, or attempting to do so when the call's reeds are dry and stuck together, can damage the latex. After you have picked the calls, allow them to dry out before putting them away in their case. Turkey mouth calls do not perform well when waterlogged or trapped in a moist environment.