Slayer Calls unveils two new duck calls with all-new features
The revolutionary new design was inspired by real duck anatomy, resulting in an authentic sound that can fool even the savviest drakes.
EAGLE, Idaho — Slayer Calls, renowned for its superior-quality wildlife calls, is thrilled to announce the launch of two groundbreaking new products: the DUBAR Single Reed and DUBAR Double Reed duck calls.
Unlike other duck calls, the DUBAR calls are made with a revolutionary feature that mimics Mother Nature. “It’s a completely new duck call, designed to replicate the actual mouth of a Mallard,” says Slayer CEO Bill Ayer. If you want to sound like a duck, you have to have the same anatomy as a duck.”
It’s an interesting concept. According to Slayer’s website, Ayer and his team have taken a more scientific approach to call construction, attempting to replicate the small, tooth-like notches called lamellae inside a duck’s beak.
Lamellae are fine, comb-like structures that help ducks filter out water, mud and other debris clinging to their food. And from a vocal standpoint, Ayer’s team believes they play a role in making ducks sound like ducks as well.
“We put tooth-like notches in the tone board to filter away any excess spit, like water through lamellae,” says Ayer. “The sound is hyper realistic and, what’s more, the call itself is simple to use.” That’s music to any beginner’s ears, and an added benefit for more advanced callers looking to try something new.
The Slayer team says the calls’ sounds are so lifelike, they made the soundboard “duck-feet orange” and the barrel “green-head-mallard green.” As an added bonus, the DUBAR’s silver band is customizable, with text or simple logos.
Waterfowlers interested in checking out the new DUBAR calls should visit Slayer’s duck calls product page or search for them individually under “single reed” or “double reed” calls. Both calls retail for $134.99 and promise to be “a game changer” in the world of waterfowl hunting.
About Slayer Calls: CEO Bill Ayer founded Slayer Calls in 2018 in Eagle, Idaho. The longtime hunters and expert callers at Slayer are obsessed with crafting the best duck, goose, turkey and elk calls, all made in America. Slayer gives back to conservation and preservation efforts by donating 10% of every purchase.