Bamboozled; to deceive by underhanded methods!
is always experimenting with new ways to 'Speak the Language'. They experiment with new shapes and materials day in and day out. Always seeking the correct tones and pitches that perfectly replicate the sounds found in nature. The Primos Bamboozled pot call creates sharp, high pitched yelps. Many do not know this but bamboo has a higher compressive strength than wood, brick or concrete and a tensile strength that rivals steel. The density of the bamboo cast extremely loud crisp yelps and cuts that gobblers can't resist. Deceive them with in hand methods, bamboozle them by 'Speaking the Language'.
- Bamboo Pot
- Sharp, High Pitched Yelps
- Crisp Cuts
- Includes: Custom Striker
PREPARING THE GLASS SURFACE: We have provided two abrasive pads with your call - one coarse and one finer grit. Sand your glass in one direction or in a circular motion. Use the finer grit to finish the surface. It will take up to five minutes to initially prepare the glass surface. You are now ready to enjoy the high pitched sounds that gobblers find so irresistible.
Your striker hand should rest firmly on the rim of your call. The striker should be held as you would hold a pencil, only about an inch up from the end. The sound you produce will depend on:
- How tightly you hold the striker.
- How much pressure you apply to the calling surface with the striker.
- The angle of your striker in relation to the calling surface.
Place your striker perpendicular to the calling surface, then tilt your striker away from your body so that it is about 45° from the calling surface. Experiment with different striker angles and pressure against the calling surface to find what is best for you.
- Purr: Slowly drag striker 3/8' to 1/2' across the calling surface. Try dragging the striker in a straight line or 'J' shape. Repeat this movement for each purr without removing the striker from the calling surface.
- Yelp: Quickly move striker across the calling surface in a 1/2' to 1' oval shape. Repeat this movement for each yelp without removing the striker from the calling surface.
- Cluck: With light pressure, quickly move striker 1/8' to 1/4' across the calling surface. Repeat this movement for each cluck without removing the striker from the calling surface.
- Cutting: With firm pressure, quickly jerk the striker 1/8' to 1/4' across the calling surface and back, repeating the movement for each cut without removing the striker from the calling surface.