No End Game Calls
of the interesting things about collecting turkey calls is that
every once in a while you come across a totally new idea. Thats
the case with Theres No End Game Calls. This novel idea has
never been tried before and was awarded its inventor and maker,
Nathan DeGroot, a US Patent (D417166) in November 1999. Nathan lives
with his wife and family in Cowlesville, NY.
Nathan has enjoyed the outdoors and hunting
for the past 27 years and is also musically inclined. He wanted
to bring the art of music into the art of hunting so he developed
and invented a turkey box call which would allow you to produce
the musical notes of the live turkeys yelps, clucks and purrs.
This unique designed features a double-sided call that has an open
end toward the back. This open end creates more sound manipulation.
The theory is the sides of the box act as reeds.
reed is held tight on one end and is open or loose on the other.
Nathan reports this allows the call to have a longer range in its
tone by using the full length of the reed and the paddle. The call
will produce a high pitch to a raspy ending yelp. These calls are
made from Red Oak and are hand crafted. They are sure to be durable
and stay tuned longer then most calls on the market today.
Each call is numbered in the order that they
are made and tuned to perfection. Your call will come packaged with
a very nice reusable camouflage pouch, chalk, sandpaper and tuning
tips to keep your call in top performance. Nathan has named his
call the "Ruler". It has a ruler design on the cover that
can be used to measure your trophy. Nathan also feels that by using
his call you can become the "Ruler" of the woods as well.
Ruler didnt come about overnight. Nathan has developed the
design and has been field-testing it for five years. Close friends
and family members have been taking mature Toms and having great
success using this call. As of the spring of 2000 the secret of
this call was let out of the bag as Nathan DeGroot for the first
time offered the calls for sale. He reports many excellent commentaries
on how exciting these calls are to the birds as compared to other
calls in the woods today.
Make sure to visit Nathans web page (linked above) and download
the video clips to see just how well this call works. He can be
contacted through his web page.