We can also laser engrave the lid with your logo or for individual names. Click Here for the engraving options. Our engraved hunting calls have become very popular for groomsman gifts, special events and school and organizational fundraising events as well as special individual gifts. Add the call(s) that you want to the cart and then add the engraving option to the cart for the number of calls you want to engrave. During the checkout process, you can leave us a message on what you want to engrave or e-mail us.
This is a very simple and rather inexpensive box call, which has attractive lines, curves, and a great sound. Yelp, cluck, cut, purr, whine, gobble….. It talks Turkey!
Features a 6" base using poplar sides and a cherry base. Choose from a cherry or walnut paddle using the drop-down box at the top of the page.
Since our Sweet Water Box Call kits have become so popular we decided to offer the same call already assembled for those who wanted to bypass the assembly process.
This is just a great box call for the avid hunter, a starter call for youth, or someone wanting to master the art of turkey calling. Just like all of our box calls it operates in all positions.
We also carry this call in an unfinished kit, making it one that you can customize, or use as a great father and son weekend project to learn all aspects of hunting the elusive bird. Click Here for the kit.
This call is a new item for us here at CCW and with all new items, we stock very limited quantities until we can judge the demand.
These calls come directly from an old order Amish owned shop, which means no phone, no fax, just old-fashioned US Snail Mail
If you need several or a large quantity please give us 3-4 weeks to obtain the stock.
We do not chalk or tune this call so that it can be finished.
Simply unscrew the lid, keep the spring and screw. Finish the way you want leaving the bottom of the paddle surface that will scrape the sounding boards bare wood by masking it off. After it is finished chalk the bare wood with non-wax chalk like driveway chalk (not chalkboard chalk). Reassemble with the screw to where the lid floats level over the sounding bar arches. Test for sound. If needed lightly sand the top edges of the sounding boards on each side back to bare wood to finish tuning the call.