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Standard Single and Double Reed Duck Calls

DDC Single & Double Reed Calls

Part Number: DDC0
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The DDC-1: Single Reed Calls. Designed specifically as a mid to high range call, the DDC-1 is built with enough hold to sustain those longer hail calls, but also contains enough back pressure needed for finesse working finishing mallards.

The DDC-2: Double Reed Calls. With another reed added, the DDC-2 is a very forgiving call built for beginner to intermediate callers, and is easier to blow than the DDC-1.
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  • Each call is signed and hand tuned by The Call Maker
  • Calls have a lifetime oil finish and each is hand polished for an ultra-smooth feel.
  • Each call is fitted with a Delta Duck Company custom band.
  • Each call comes in a velvet pouch and collectible wooden box
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HEDGE

Also known as Osage Orange, Hedge is a very stable wood that effectively resists temperature and humidity changes which makes it a good wood choice for duck calls. It also has a low modulus of elasticity compared to its weight and why it is also sometimes used for archery bows.
ORIGINATES FROM: South Central United States


BOCOTE

Comparable in stiffness and strength to Hard Maple, Bocote is an eye-catching wood with zebra-like contrasts. In addition to being a good wood choice for duck calls, it is also used for making fine furniture, musical instruments and gunstocks.
ORIGINATES FROM: Central and South America


AFRICAN BLACKWOOD

Also known as Ebony, African Blackwood, as its name suggests, comes from Africa and is a very stable wood that is highly resistant to warping. It is one of the most dense woods in the world and when polished, has an extremely smooth and lustrous feel. These qualities make it a great wood for duck calls.
ORIGINATES FROM: Central and Southern Africa