Mastering the Art, Guide to Calling Waterfowl Trailer

Mastering the Art, Guide to Calling Waterfowl Trailer (2004)

01 January 2004 120 mins

Learn how to Master The Art of waterfowling using Team Primos' most powerful hunting tool - calling. Practice along with them as they teach you the fundamentals and advanced techniques on duck and goose calling. This most comprehensive waterfowl calling instructional ever put together by Primos. Features - Techniques for beginners to advanced callers - 2 hours of instructional and hunting footage

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