by Brodie Swisher
We recently released our Turkey Vest Dump video to show and share some of the gear that we carry to the turkey woods each spring. If you missed it, check it out at the end of this post. Among that gear was a turkey tube call that I use to gobble with. I get a lot of questions regarding this call. What is it? Who makes it? How do you make it work? So I figured it was time to share a closer look at the call through a video blog and give turkey hunters some insight on how to make a turkey tube call they can use to make a medley of turkey sounds with to bring more birds within range this season.
Here’s how to make it happen…
As you can see in the video above, the process is really quick and simple. You can honestly make this call in less than minute once you’ve figured out what you’re doing. A plastic film canister and latex balloon are all that is needed for a really good sounding gobble.
How to Make a Turkey Tube Call – Conclusion
As you can see, it’s a pretty quick and simple process to making what could be one of the deadliest turkey calls in your turkey vest this spring. Give it a try. It’ll take some practice to get the sound you want, but once you learn to master this one, you’ll have a call that is sure to grab the attention of other gobblers this spring.
Comment below and let us know if you’ve ever used the gobble sound when turkey hunting. What call do you use to make the gobble sound when hunting?
Be sure to check out our Turkey Vest Dump video below…