Teal are plentiful in every flyway and consistently rank as the #2 most harvested duck each year, behind only mallards, according to the US Fish & Wildlife Service. A good teal call is easy to use and makes a great tool for bringing these fast flyers into your spread.
Hold your teal call and raise it to your mouth just like any other duck call. You will blow air into the call from your diaphragm just like a mallard call too, not by puffing out your cheeks to blow. If you need a refresher on these principles, visit The Basics page in this section.
When using our Teal Call, you will be making the quacks of a hen teal. These quacks are a fast, shrill series of 3-5 notes that sound like the duck is laughing. The first note in the series has he most emphasis, then the following notes trail off as you finish the sequence. The word reference to use for making this call is "Keh" or "Dut". Examples:
The drake teal make a whistling sound instead of quack. You can reproduce these whistles by using our 6-in-1 Whistle.
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