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Both are good calls, but designed for different purposes. The MVP is usually considered a contest call or competition-style call and is very loud. It has a wider bore than most other RNT calls and is designed to hit high, loud, top end volume yet still drop down to low end quacks and feed chuckles. On the other hand, the Mondo is modeled after a cut-down style call with a "key hole" bore, a design popularized by P.S. Olt Calls. This call is a favorite of woods/timber hunters and has a deep, almost barking, sound to it. It takes some skill and a fair amount of air pressure to blow a cut-down key hole style call. You'll have moderate volume and pitch control with the Mondo, but it is not considered an "all-around, all-purpose" call.

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Is there anything specific you say into a duck call to make it sound any better? Ive heard of people saying ten or hut. Just want some ideas

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Looking for a good instructional dvd for goose and duck. Appreciate the help.

Here are our top picks on instructional videos and CD’s for goose and duck calling tips:
 
Goose Calling CD’s / DVD’s:
• Tim Grounds – Grounds Goose Control CD - http://secure.yisi.net/timgrounds/product.asp?dept_id=30&pf_id=GOOSECD
• Tim Grounds – Top Ten Questions About Goose Hunting DVD - http://secure.yisi.net/timgrounds/product.asp?dept_id=30&pf_id=TOPTEN
• Bad Grammar DVD – Live Goose Sounds and Goose Calling Tips - http://www.moltgear.com/badgrammardvd.html
 
Duck Calling CD’s / DVD’s:
• Tim Grounds – Grounds Duck Control CD - http://secure.yisi.net/timgrounds/product.asp?dept_id=30&pf_id=DUCKCD
• Barnie Calef – Calling Ducks My Way DVD - http://www.calefcalls.net/index.php?mod=MyDB&p=detail&product=34
• Kent Cullum – The Duck Dictionary DVD - http://store.hoboduckcalls.com/products/102-duck-dictionary.aspx
 

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I hunt with some pretty good duck callers and many times we work more ducks into our spread when several of us call together instead of just one or two of us, but sometimes it seems to work against us. Looking for some tips on calling as a group?

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The goal of any set-up is to fool ducks into thinking your spread is a group of resting or feeding ducks, and having more than one caller can certainly be an advantage. If you have hunted with someone for a while, you learn each other’s habits and calling tendencies. When everybody is spread out in the woods or in the field and one person spots some ducks, you can learn to tell what is going on just by listening to that person blow his duck call. You should blend in your calling with what he is doing. It’s not a back-and-forth thing. When my hunting partners and I are calling together, I listen to what he is doing and I try to do something opposite to sound like more ducks. If he is doing a loud coarse hen, then I might be doing a lazy hen or young hen. Mix up your pitch, tone, and volume to compliment what the other callers in your group do – not compete with them.