Question: What type of turkey call is best?

The most desired call to use for beginners is a turkey diaphragm call, which is also known as a turkey mouth call. This type of hunting call is the hardest to use, so it is recommended that this type of call not be used until one has mastered the use of a box call and a pot call.

What is the best turkey call?

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How do you choose a turkey call?

Diaphragm or Mouth Calls This is the favored choice of turkey-calling purists. Diaphragm calls consist of a small plastic frame surrounding a pliable reed or diaphragm. By placing the call inside your mouth and forcing air over a thin reed, it is possible to accurately mimic many hen turkey vocalizations.

Which turkey call is better slate or glass?

Its a matter of tone choice between a slate or glass surface, both surfaces will play the same loud or soft. A glass surface has a little more character in the voice than a slate surface does, and is much better if you hunt in a high humidity area or light rain.

What is a group of turkeys called?

rafter Very young birds are poults, while juvenile males are jakes, and juvenile females are jennies. A group of turkeys is called a rafter or a flock. A wild turkeys gobble can be heard up to one mile away and is a primary means for a tom to communicate with his harem of hens.

How early should I start calling turkey?

When To Call A Gobbler In my view, the best times of the day are right off the roost, then again from about 8:30 to 9:30 when more hens start to leave the gobbler to go lay an egg, and again from about 11 until noon.

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