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I started with ticket ticket ticket. Then sped up as fast as I could. Then I just kept playing around till it sounded close to what the birds I was listening to sounded. At this point I have no idea what I say I just make this tic and tuk noise as fast as I can.
 

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dug,dug,dug,dug, dugadug dug,dug, quack, dugadugadugadugaduga dug, dug, dug, quack...
Problem is....
Everyone wants to be "Fast" and sound cool...
Fast and cool don't kill ducks...
Build a proper spread, watch your ducks work, when you hit a note they don't like they will shy... Don't hit that note again...

Setting up properly will make you a better caller.
I am getting burnt out on the public waters hearing folks hammer on calls all morning only spooking ducks finishing with a sky bust...
 

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I usually say, "Hey, someone call those ducks in..."
 

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Tic-Tic-Tic-a Tic-a-Tic-a quita quitaquita quit quit quit tac-tac-tac-tac tactac-tac-tac the tac word will help it gettin yourtongue to roll and quita quita will make your boucing hen at the end before your chatter and end it with a cluckin sound like the ducks are calm . I do a lot of whines also on my feeds .
 

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cook cook cook cook a cook a cook cook a cook cook cook cook.
tah tah tatatatah tah a tah ta ta tah

I don't ever do the duga duga duga rolling feed call because it you listen to ducks flying high and traveling, that is what they are doing. I am normally not flying while I am duck hunting, so I stick to the clucks and the acorn feed call.
 

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cook cook cook cook a cook a cook cook a cook cook cook cook.
tah tah tatatatah tah a tah ta ta tah

I don't ever do the duga duga duga rolling feed call because it you listen to ducks flying high and traveling, that is what they are doing. I am normally not flying while I am duck hunting, so I stick to the clucks and the acorn feed call.
Hit the nail on the head.:up:
 

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I know what you mean. What are you calling an acorn feed call?
Its the cook cook cook, pause, cook cook, pause, cook cook cook

Use the back of your tongue to cut off the air. It takes a lot of practice to roll the cooks together but sounds more like a duck on the water than a duck flying. I only use the rolling feed call on the stage.
 
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