Canada geese have an intricate system of vocal communications. “Honkers” make a variety of different calls – long range hail calls, clucks, feeding calls, comeback calls, whines, moans, etc. Each of these calls conveys a different message. Expert callers mimic all these calls and mix them appropriately to entice passing geese to join their decoys. But what if you’re not an expert? Is it still possible to call Canada geese using basic calls that are easy to learn?
The simple answer is yes. Hunters who learn two calls – the long range hail call and the cluck – can effectively attract Canadas’ attention and guide them into their spread. Such a basic calling style may not be as effective as one that incorporates all these birds’ various calls. Still, hunters who “honk and cluck” can be consistently successful at attracting these big birds. Here’s how to do it.
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