As a lifelong hunter, Tom Wiley was always looking for a more natural sounding game call. He realized that you could produce such a sound by building a call out of materials that more accurately imitated the soft, flexible tissue in the vocalization anatomy of a game animal. In 1997 Tom had an epiphany; he used a piece of surgical tubing to build a duck call. What resulted was a natural sounding call, and Flextone Game Calls was born.
Flextone Game Calls are designed to accurately mimic the anatomy of a game animal by using both hard and soft, flexible parts. They incorporate a hard plastic or metal tone-board with reed to imitate the voice box and vocal cords. This design produces a truer, more natural sound.
Specifications and Features
Two-sided cedar base for bi-polar hen talk
Walnut lid for loud tones
One piece base design for durability