Beak Busters Duck Call – Product Review

I got the privilege to try out a handmade duck call from one of the Queens of Camo’s sponsors, “Beak Busters”. I’ve had some experience with waterfowl calling, and I must say, this has to be one of the easiest calls I’ve ever worked with! I was completely impressed with what Beak Busters had made, and would highly recommend you try out on of their calls.


Screen shot 2014-02-18 at 9.02.53 AM When it comes to waterfowl hunting, calling can play a major role in your success on the hunt. One of the harder things to do is find a call that works wonders. The call had such a realistic sound to it, which is not an easy thing to find. It worked out well with quacking, whistling, pleading, greeting, and feeding calls.


I recently got into calling, and when it came to testing out the product, one thing stood out to me the most. How virtually EASY it was to use. I would recommend this to nearly anyone. Calling was definitely discouraging to me when I first started. I had tried and given up many times. I wish I had a call as smooth as the duck call I tested for Beak Busters when I started out. If you or someone you know has been trying to get into working with a duck call, I suggest you give this one a try. Some say it can be harder for women to get the feel of a good duck call, and it may get a little discouraging for a woman. However, hunter or huntress, I would wholly recommend trying this product out as a beginner.


Screen shot 2014-02-18 at 9.03.05 AM When I got word I was receiving a call from Beak Busters, I did some research on the company almost immediately. They have a variety of different duck calls and are working on getting in goose calls as well. The call I received was rather eye-catching. The wood they use really gives it a distinctive, earthy look. This duck call is small enough to be of easy use, but bulky enough to “make a statement”. Sure, all you really care about is getting a call that works great, but are you going to complain if you look good using that excellent working call?


All in all, the particular product that I tested out was a wooden duck call that priced at $25.00. Duck calls can get ridiculously pricey. The duck call I received was TOTALLY worth that money, I would even say it would be a steal. I was honestly shocked at how low their prices are for the quality of this call. And that’s the best part about it– you’re getting your money’s worth.


Screen shot 2014-02-18 at 9.03.19 AM Beak Busters had several other calls, wooden and acrylic, ranging from $25 to $45. I definitely look forward to purchasing some of their other products because I was so impressed with the product that I had the opportunity to test. I’m happy with this product and I know you will be too! Not to mention, I showed my hunting partners this product and they asked where they could get themselves one.


Take a look at Beak Busters on Facebook. They have all of their information, along with pictures and prices posted. Check them out and tell them Queen’s of Camo sent you!


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Feb 20, 2014 | Category: Duck Hunting, Liberty's Corner, Product Reviews, Waterfowl Hunting | Comments: 1


One comment on “Beak Busters Duck Call – Product Review

  1. Craig Lafleur

    Old school wood calls can often out perform and make different deeper sounds than an acrylic will ever make. Great review!

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