Haydels DR85 Deceiver Double Reed Mallard Duck Call

7 Reviews


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Haydel Game Call's #1 seller Haydels The Deceiver Double Reed Mallard Duck features a fully adjustable floating wedge to allow personal tuning. Covering the full chromatic scale this duck call by Haydel has won many Meat Calling Contests.

  • The most famous of Haydel's calls
  • Proven duck fooling sound
  • Blows wet or dry
  • Great for beginners or experts
  • Non-porous waterproof construction
  • No more swelling and reed sticking
  • Double reed design

Ratings & Reviews

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5/8/2017 10:00 am

My favorite call

by Verified Customer -

Outstanding value

5/8/2017 10:00 am

Sound like a duck

by Verified Customer -

If you want a good sounding call that is also cheap,you won't be disappointed,just be prepared to crack it sooner or later.I Still have 2 of these in operation,one is wrapped up in electrical tape,still works though.

5/8/2017 10:00 am

Great call for the price

by Verified Customer -

Yes is sounds as good if not better than some acrylics

5/8/2017 10:00 am

Best call

by Verified Customer -

Favorite, call, well priced!!

6/29/2019 11:13 am

Great purchase

by John

Awesome duck call for all levels of callers. Sounds great and is really easy to blow. Great low and high end as well feed call. Highly recommended.

5/5/2020 2:16 pm

Great Call for Ducks

by Tom Carroll

THE BEST all around duck on the market. Sounds ducky, a real meat call. Easy to blow and maintain. I always have at least two in my bag. Fillin my freezer with
the DR85 is easy. Thanks Haydels!

5/2/2022 3:37 am

Classic that everyone should try

by Van

This is probably the 1st duck call most will tell you to get. And it is a nice call to start on but I think it gets kind of limiting after a short time. I think the buck g single reed is just as easy to learn on and probably just as versatile if not more. Don’t get me wrong I absolutely bring this call with on every hunt but I find myself using other calls a lot of the time. Once temps dropped it tends to stick on me, could be me or just my call but it does. Good 1st call… it’s a classic that everyone should try