Michael Waddell is arguably the most popular figure in the outdoor industry today. A winner of numerous turkey calling competitions, Michael only puts the best to use when he’s in the field. That’s why he is a proud endorser of the Flextone line of calls. Michael is also a proud spokesman for the National Wild Turkey Federation, dedicated to the conservation of the wild turkey and the preservation of the hunting tradition.
Flextone Scarface Series Turkey Friction Calls are made of custom glass or slate. The Scarface comes with a striker with ergonomic design on it and is perfectly balanced. Natural slate achieves pure turkey sounds and is easy to use and very versatile. Will get loud when needed and back down to soft seductive sounds. Real glass is another way to go. Glass is responsive and easy to use. Capable of loud high frequency calls to locate hot gobblers and then bring it down to low seductive sounds to finish the job.
- Natural Slate for pure Turkey Sound
- Easy to Use and Versatile
- Real Glass is Responsive and Easy to Use
- High Frequency Loud Calls and Seductive Soft Tones
Hold call with your off hand using your thumb and finger tips. With your dominant hand hold the striker as you would a pencil at about a 20º angle away from you. To produce a yelp move the striker in small tight circles with light to moderate pressure. For right handed use draw counter clockwise circles and left handed use draw clockwise circles. You can vary the volume by the amount of pressure you put on the call. Very light slow circles produces a soft tree yelp while heavy pressure creates lots of volume great for locating a wily ol’ tom. To cackle move the striker in fast tight circles. For realistic clucks and cutts move the striker straight down approximately 1/4 to 1/2 inch, space your clucks out slowly but make the series rapid for cutting. To purr move striker straight down approximately 1 inch allowing the striker to kind of bump along the call surface. For the best performance keep the glass or slate free of oil and finger prints and use sandpaper to keep the surface and striker tip slightly rough. The surface must be sanded prior to first use.