Double-Reed Duck Call & Duck Whistle Model No. 884

Double-Reed Duck Call
& Duck Whistle
Model No. 884
U.S. Patent Nos. 5,910,039; 6,234,859 & others pending
If you’re like me, you’ve missed more than one chance to call a mallard drake or
a whistling duck that may be coming by your set up, because you couldn’t put your
mallard call down and pick up your whistle quick enough.
That’s why we built the Over & Under™. It’s a whistle over a mallard call. This
allows you to simply move your lips up to the whistle to make a widgeon, teal, mallard
drake grunt or pintail call. I can’t tell you the number of times during our test phases
with the call, that I was able to turn flocks of ducks right into our spread for that
close-range shot.
I hope you will enjoy the Over & Under™ as much as I have.
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IMPORTANT: Please read all instructions and warnings
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before using this product to ensure safe and proper use.
Duck Whistle
Tuning Hole
Duck Call
HOLDING THE CALL - Use your thumb and index finger to hold the call where
the barrel and the stopper join. Fold your fourth and fifth fingers flat against the palm
of your hand. Open and close your index and middle fingers over the end of the call
to help define each note. Imagine that the call is the duck’s voice and your hand is
the duck’s mouth.
TUNING HOLE - The tuning hole is located on the stopper. Covered, the call is
lower in pitch, uncovered it is higher. Perfect for timber or open-water calling and
sounding like two ducks.
CONTROL AIR PRESSURE - Place the call to the outside of your lips. Keep lips
and cheeks tight. Take a deep breath and hold it in your lungs with your mouth open.
Your throat keeps the air from escaping. Now, put air into the call just like you expel
air when you whisper loudly forming the sound,“UT”.
QUACK - The building block for all mallard hen calls is the quack. Use the quack
when ducks are approaching your position. Make single notes saying “Ut”. Vary
length and pitch.
Feed Call - It shows contentment.When the ducks are close, make a series of very
short, irregular calls, saying, “dut, dut, dut-a, dut dut-a, dut, dut”.
CONTENTED HEN - Use this when ducks are close and circling your decoys.
Make four to six calls saying, “Uuuut, uuuut, uuut, uut, uut, ut”. The first three notes
should be longer than the last two or three. Taper the volume of each note.
EXCITED CALL - Make six to eight excited, fast, demanding quacks with the
same cadence and pitch throughout the sequence. “Uuut, uut, uut, uut, ut,
ut, ut”.
COME BACK CALL - In a pleading manner, make four to five notes with each note
being shorter and softer than the one before. Say, “Uuuuuut, uuuuuut, uuuuut, uuuut,
uuut, uut”. The pitch is high to medium and the rhythm is slow and deliberate.
Pintail - Blow short blasts of air into the call, ending sharply. Change-up your back
pressure to create the sounds of several pintails. Blow into the call while fluttering
your tongue in long and short bursts.
Teal - Blow short blasts of air into the call, ending sharply without covering the
barrel. Say “peep, peep” in an irregular, rapid rhythm.
Widgeon - Blow three short blasts of air, sounding the words “Who, We, Who” with
the emphasis being on the “We”.
Mallard Drake - Use back pressure while humming the word “BREAZZZE”, and
release back pressure about half way through the word “BREAZZZE”.
REASSEMBLY: Notice the dimple in the top reed. The dimple is pointing
down. Notice the black line on the bottom reed; the black line should be facing
up. This configuration forms a
shape. Look closely, the curves are hard
to see. When putting the stopper back into the barrel, make sure that the reeds
are facing up toward the whistle part of the barrel.
Diagram 1
Reed Sequence
NOTE: The pitch is higher and requires
less air when the reeds are pushed back
so that the pin is touching the front edge
of the notch.
Diagram 2
Tone ™
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