Mallard Championship Duck Calls
H. Lenderman is currently a college student whos love of the
outdoors and waterfowl hunting has peaked into making his own calls.
Like most call makers his business started as a hobby. He began
making calls for himself and his hunting friends doing little if
As with most quality call makers that quickly
grew and today hes currently making about 150 calls annually.
His hobby has grown into a full time business.
The calls made are all hand turned and tuned.
They are of a single read design and fitted with the customers choice
of a Mylar or a poly reed material. Patrick uses die cut inserts
to insure the accuracy of his work and assure the repeatability
of the product. Calls of the Arkansas style and single reed design.
Some of the wood used are Cocobolo, Hedge (Osage Orange), Ebony,
African Blackwood, Bocote, Bubinga, Kingwood, Padouk, Zebrawood,
Zircote, Diamondwood as well as man made plastic and other engineered
polymers. Patrick will also work up special designed calls at the
customers request. With supplied information or pictures Patrick
will turn desired shapes that fit the customers wishes.
are applied in two parts the first are applied while on the lathe
followed by hand coats that are rubbed out and polished to a gloss
finish. Patrick's pride in his work is seen in his expectations
for product quality.
Each call comes with a lifetime guarantee.
If anything should go wrong the adjustments need are done or the
call replaced free of charge. Any hunter should be more then happy
with this type of arrangement.
In addition to the calls Patrick also produces
a line of custom lanyards and game lanyards. He is a member of the
"Custom Callmakers and Collectors Association of America"
as well as Ducks Unlimited. His work is often donated to DU to further
the advancement of waterfowl and wetland conservation.