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 Are there any CD's or cassettes with calm crow sounds like feeding that would attract birds at a more leisurely pace?

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Just get a hand call, will do everything that you described you want and you dont have to lug around a cassette player.

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As Dano pointed out you can use a hand call. CrowMart sells instructional hand calling cd's, look for "soft calls" they enclude the come here call, recognition call and fun & frolic call.

FoxPro, All Predator Calls and F & T Furs sells cd's that you can use in digital e-callers. Look for Bob Aronsohn's soft calls.

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OK, I have probably not the best crow calls, the Primos Power crow, I think. And a Lohman call. What would be decent calls that won't break the bank? I've seen the Mallardtone with a CD of Mr. Bob, at Crowmart I believe.
I've heard Jerry Tomlin explain the feeding call, and I'm practicing, but not very good yet.
Thanks for the help guys.

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Yote I ordered a Gibson short mag and a mallard tone from CROWMART, both sound good but ,I like the Gibson a little better. Good calls at a great pricebeer.gif  . It takes a lot of practice, trust me you won't sound like Bob for a long time, but the good news is crows all sound different.thumbsup.gif practice practice practice

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Thanks Watchem, I'll have to try those when $$ permits. I've heard good things about the Gibson calls.

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I ordered from CROWMART and they are 1st class, you will be happy with the site and DOUG is a man of his word

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Yote,

Jerry Tomlin can have the best intentions by telling you, but to really learn you have to listen to the calls so you can mimic them.

Doug has several very nice package deals with both the Mincey and Mallardtone crow calls and an instructional crow calling cd.

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I have a Dennis Kirk CD called feeding crows that works fairly well.  I think I got it at All Predator Calls.

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Yote,

Try the Mincey or the Cedar Slayer. I use both, but tend to favor the Slayer. Bob's instructional CD is also a must have.


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