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Old 03-30-2017, 06:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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I'm interested in trying my hand at some slate, glass or copper pot calls. I've searched the library but could not find anything. I would appreciate any info I could get on it.


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Not a tutorial, but maybe this guy could help you.
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Thank you! I sent him a msg.
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You can find a ton of information here https://thogamecallsforums.com. Some good sources for slate,glass, and aluminum surfaces and sound boards too.
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I sent you a PM. Tried to explain a little the pointed you in the direction of tho game call forum. I'm a member there. It has a ton of tutorials on making pot calls and strikers. If I can help anymore let me know.
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Thank you so much!
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I made this one a few years ago. It is a slate top with a glass sound board. Was not hard at all. I think I watched a few videos on Youtube and then found the THOgame call forum listed in a post above. I used Max Dietrich's version to make my pot call. I think I got my materials from shipleys outdoors https://shipleysoutdoors.mysparkpay.com/pot-calls.aspx

Hope this helps! They are really easy and fun to make! Playing around with various materials and distances between the sound board and slate to see what works best!
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