Duck Commander Introduces New Pro Series Duck Calls

The Jase Robertson Pro Series Duck Call line from Duck Commander is available just in time for the approaching season.
Duck Commander Introduces New Pro Series Duck Calls

As duck hunters prepare for the 2016-2017 hunting season, many will search for new gear to carry with them into the blind. To help simplify the decision-making process, Duck Commander recently launched the Jase Robertson Pro Series duck calls. The various models consist of the Hi-Ball, the Tigerwood and the Acrylic, all of which are the easiest calls to blow that Duck Commander has ever produced.

Like all Duck Commander calls, the Jase Robertson Pro Series isAmerican made and assembled in West Monroe, La. All three versions of the Pro Series provide versatility in the pitch, whether the hunter is trying to reach high-flying ducks or soft calling to birds that are circling and attempting their final approach to the decoy setup.

“Our philosophy in making duck calls is simple…make it sound exactly like a mallard hen,” said Jase Robertson.  “I guarantee you any of these calls will be the first one you grab on your lanyard when needing a dependable, easy-to-use duck call for any situation.”

The Pro Series includes…

Hi-Ball Duck Call

  • Made with a shortened poly barrel and reed combination requiring less air to provide easy use for the caller
  • Precision tuned for extreme finishing
  • Durable in tough weather conditions
  • Volume: Mid-level of the three calls
  • MSRP: 39.95

Tigerwood Duck Call

  • Tigerwood barrel, clear poly insert, aluminum black anodized band
  • Patented riveted double reed
  • Friction fit
  • Volume: Lowest of the three calls
  • MSRP: $59.95

Acrylic Duck Call

  • Orange acrylic barrel combined with a polycarbonate end piece
  • This combination creates sound that is perfect for competition as well as soft pitches when closing the distance on incoming ducks
  • Volume: Loudest of the three calls
  • MSRP: $64.95


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