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I came across this website tonight for the first time . Very cool . As a call maker / collector / and most importantly a student of the history of water fowling . I want to tip my hat !
This is a great sight. I bought a call from a Rolla Missouri call maker. I bought one of his pot slate calls and two strikers. The name of his company was Poor Boy turkey calls. If you know anyone who has a Poor Boy pot slate with the Poor Boy soft strike text me.
Ty Black is my grandfather,it is nice to see his work showcased and see his art appreciated. Thank you!
I'm so amazed of all the great craftmanship an loyalty of all these call maker to go out of there way to answer any questions you might have .
Thanks to all the call maker for keeping the wild Turkey alive.
Paula Morrow Ryba
John "Sandy" Morrow was my paternal grandfather. Since I have been researching my ancestors, I am interested in more stories and information about my grandfather. His son John Billy Morrow has passed away also, so there isn't anyone to answer questions. My brother owns only one Morrow duck call, that our father kept. I do remember as a child my grandfather carving and whittling in his garage workshop in Flint, MI.
Nice Site to look thru!
I have just begun turning calls and this is a very great site. Had no idea there were so many call makers in Arkansas.
very nice ! great pics .
Great site, nice to be able to look up call makers from a specific state. Keep up the great job on managing this site Jim.
There’s some beautiful calls here. Excellent website!
Bobby Joe Hill
Was pleased to see my calls listed here. I will gladly send you a photo to insert. What is the best way to get it to you? Thank you for this online database.
This is a great site. Was happy to see my Great Uncle Claude Stone duck calls are still being talked about. He was a great duck call maker.
There has been a book written about my grandad,Andrew Michael Bowles,only first editions available now. Author, John crow,from Dallas, texas
Doug Lodermeier Sr.
Amazing site and a real benefit to the call collecting community! A wonderful site to help keep the history alive. I encourage everyone to contribute to Jim's effort!!
I love the site! I like to see the passion and talent that other call makers put into their work. I look in here pretty often and have made hundreds of calls . Great place to look for inspiration!
Lewis Bays BAYS CALL
Nice site! Enjoyed looking through it.
love your Site! I'm trying to locate a Cajun Goose call with a clear amber tip anybody know of these or where they can be found? (918)304-7445
I love this. Great Trader A+ would recommend.
Very happy to be a part of this ground breaking expedition alongside some of the Best artisans nature has to offer! The next best thing sense sliced bread!😁
Great idea!!! Will check back often.
What an excellent site! Personally, my interest in calls began with a very old Faulks WA-11 that my grandfather gave me for my first duck hunt. After he passed on, I discovered several old Arkansas calls, both very nicely made (a Pine Bluff AR maker) and very rough (unsigned primitives) along with old button-style duck stamps. I'll be exploring your info more, now that I've found it!
Keep up the great work! Love looking at all the calls and their history!
Love browsing the site.
Love the site! I have several examples to post.
A Great Site put together by a great guy!!!! This site is a Treasure and will get better and better with time. Gonna be a great tool for many years and for many many people!!!! Thanks Jim. 👍
Jessie Franklin Diggs
Grandson of Jessie Mae Pickle, Great site hope to see more info added in the future.
Great website!! Lots of good info on here!!
Thanks for the invite Jim
Thank you for sharing your knowledge and collections while investing the time and money into such a great reference and resource for everyone to enjoy.
Looks good Jim.
This should be a great site.
This site truly is a treasure!
A great site...well done Jim!