Tube Calls for Turkey Hunting

One of the least popular calls overall, for hunters, although it is popular with a slim select group, is the tube call.
Many hunters seem to find it hard to use, and hard to find to purchase.

Thats one of the reasons why we think they work so well in the woods today. Because for the most part, turkeys aren’t accustomed to this kind of call and aren’t looking for it, in a manner of speaking.

Gobblers who are a little tight lipped will respond well to the tube call because they sound a bit different than the slate or the box that is the normal thing for them to hear in the spring gobbler season.
Differnt isn’t always better, but in this case it is.
The tube call will also provide the whole gamut of turkey sounds, right up to the gobble if you practice up a bit with it.
One more advantage of this particular call is that you can readily make it from things that you’ve got laying round the house.

Using a pvc pipe, some latex gloves and a couple rubber bands, you can make your own calls that will have the biggest gobblers puffing up and answering you.

If you’re interested in making your own turkey call, there is a great PDF file available to you on the National Wild Turkey Federation site.

Turkey Call Directions File

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