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Been a long time since I’ve bought any waterfowl calls. 10-13 years or so. Bought 2 new Tim Grounds calls. One arrived yesterday.

OverHauler in green with bead blasted stainless.


This is the easiest goose call I’ve ever run And I’ve got a couple Grounds and a Saunders call.

You can run this soft and loud. Wish I would’ve bought one of these years ago. Now I’ll send off my older Grounds to have Hunter put new reeds in them and tube them for me.
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Nice... Flashy
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ICDEDTURKES wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:04 am Nice... Flashy
If I drop it I won’t have a hard time finding it :LMAO:
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hoobilly wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:42 am
ICDEDTURKES wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:04 am Nice... Flashy
If I drop it I won’t have a hard time finding it :LMAO:
I had a straight meat mallard that color...

You don't tune your own Brice??
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ICDEDTURKES wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:49 am
hoobilly wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:42 am
ICDEDTURKES wrote: January 12th, 2022, 10:04 am Nice... Flashy
If I drop it I won’t have a hard time finding it :LMAO:
I had a straight meat mallard that color...

You don't tune your own Brice??
I like the shaved reed that they do. I just let them do it all.


I can tune one if it’s a good call to begin with.
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You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish!
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Hognutz wrote: January 12th, 2022, 11:50 am You can tune a piano but you can't tuna fish!
But you can hose it out!
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Flashy lookin' call, but I believe I'll stick with my "Vintage" Ken Martin call ;)
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soiltester wrote: January 12th, 2022, 2:44 pm Flashy lookin' call, but I believe I'll stick with my "Vintage" Ken Martin call ;)
Never run one of his. My oldest goose call is a early cocobola Tim Grounds. Can twist the barrel in and out to get the right tone you want. Has cork on it to make it easier for moving it.

Corks dried and cracked and my barrel cracked. Hopefully Hunter can change it. If not I’ll have him redo the cork and I’ll just put it on the shelf.
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hoobilly wrote: January 12th, 2022, 3:07 pm
soiltester wrote: January 12th, 2022, 2:44 pm Flashy lookin' call, but I believe I'll stick with my "Vintage" Ken Martin call ;)
Never run one of his. My oldest goose call is a early cocobola Tim Grounds. Can twist the barrel in and out to get the right tone you want. Has cork on it to make it easier for moving it.

Corks dried and cracked and my barrel cracked. Hopefully Hunter can change it. If not I’ll have him redo the cork and I’ll just put it on the shelf.
I've done that with all my old Art Beauchamp calls :thumbup:

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soiltester wrote: January 12th, 2022, 6:05 pm
hoobilly wrote: January 12th, 2022, 3:07 pm
soiltester wrote: January 12th, 2022, 2:44 pm Flashy lookin' call, but I believe I'll stick with my "Vintage" Ken Martin call ;)
Never run one of his. My oldest goose call is a early cocobola Tim Grounds. Can twist the barrel in and out to get the right tone you want. Has cork on it to make it easier for moving it.

Corks dried and cracked and my barrel cracked. Hopefully Hunter can change it. If not I’ll have him redo the cork and I’ll just put it on the shelf.
I've done that with all my old Art Beauchamp calls :thumbup:

AAAAHHHH, huntin' in those flooded pin oaks in Arkansas in the 70's :thumbup:
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Does a new goose sound different than an old goose?
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guesswho wrote: January 12th, 2022, 6:35 pm Does a new goose sound different than an old goose?
You have to hum when you blow it to make it sound older
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OverHauler is an excellent call. Grounds calls are amazing. I have switched to Field Proven calls for reasons a bit outside of my control. However had that opportunity not come along, I would probably still be using Grounds calls. That said I know love the Field brothers calls and would have a hard time leaving them.
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jsh909 wrote: January 13th, 2022, 4:49 am OverHauler is an excellent call. Grounds calls are amazing. I have switched to Field Proven calls for reasons a bit outside of my control. However had that opportunity not come along, I would probably still be using Grounds calls. That said I know love the Field brothers calls and would have a hard time leaving them.
Never field proven before. I’ve run a few over the years and very few of those impressed me. Not that I’m a know it all 😂


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My air delivery agrees with their calls, not all people's will. Plus I would say there is not a "standard" tune on theirs, each person is going to have to tune to themselves. Maybe a little more advanced calls in general. The sound is amazing though. That said I ran with Zink before switching to Fields, those calls, design, everything are very similar. And for good reason Field and Clay Hudnall worked for/with for Zink for a decent stint.
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jsh909 wrote: January 13th, 2022, 8:49 am My air delivery agrees with their calls, not all people's will. Plus I would say there is not a "standard" tune on theirs, each person is going to have to tune to themselves. Maybe a little more advanced calls in general. The sound is amazing though. That said I ran with Zink before switching to Fields, those calls, design, everything are very similar. And for good reason Field and Clay Hudnall worked for/with for Zink for a decent stint.
I’ve run a few zinks and didn’t like them. I haven’t bought one and tried to tune it
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I like this call. These geese liked it but not the h20 Fowler in 8.5’s

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Good job bud!

Yea the air delivery on the calls is different that's for sure
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Some day y'all get it right and run some quality calls by Sean Mann, Sean Mann.com for all your waterfowl call needs !!! :stir: :thumbup:
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hoobilly wrote: January 13th, 2022, 9:30 am I like this call. These geese liked it but not the h20 Fowler in 8.5’s

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soiltester wrote: January 13th, 2022, 2:30 pm
hoobilly wrote: January 13th, 2022, 9:30 am I like this call. These geese liked it but not the h20 Fowler in 8.5’s

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hoobilly wrote: January 13th, 2022, 9:30 am I like this call. These geese liked it but not the h20 Fowler in 8.5’s

Retay 20ga 22” with a Indiancreek 605 and Burris FF3 on vent rib Meadowcreekmounts
Obviously the call was free and you did the Manitoba loop on em. Ground pounder exterminator. Surprised you didn't get your knees dirty or lose your hat ! :toothy7: :LMAO:
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spider316 wrote: January 13th, 2022, 7:39 pm
hoobilly wrote: January 13th, 2022, 9:30 am I like this call. These geese liked it but not the h20 Fowler in 8.5’s

Retay 20ga 22” with a Indiancreek 605 and Burris FF3 on vent rib Meadowcreekmounts
Obviously the call was free and you did the Manitoba loop on em. Ground pounder exterminator. Surprised you didn't get your knees dirty or lose your hat ! :toothy7: :LMAO:
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