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Fall Turkey Kee kee

Discussion in 'Hunting, Fishing & Camping' started by noway, Sep 30, 2004.

  1. noway

    noway

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    Anybody hunts fall turkey and can reproduce the Kee Kee call on a slate? If so, just how do you manipulate the striker?
     
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    Not very well ;f I hold the striker tighter & lower, and run it on the outside edge of the call. Takes a ton of practice, I still need a ton more.
     

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    That's what I've been doing alot of pressure on a plastic straiker at the very peripheral edge of the slate, I have the high whistle but just can't sem to get a good run going of it.

    Diaphragms haven't been easy for me to manipulate, so I'm stuck with slates and box callers.
    ;)
     
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    I'm not much on mouth calls either. I have been meaning to order one of these....

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    It's a Turkey Duster Kee Kee Call and I have heard they work pretty good. You can get them here.... Midwest Turkey Calls for $9.95

    Also, when you get the high pitched kee-kee out, then you need to arc the motion of the striker from the edge toward the center back toward the edge. It's a real small arc.
     
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    Thanks for the information. I'm going to buy it and check it out.