An open reed howler is more versatile in the field when compared to a closed reed howler. With practice, the caller will be able to manipulate a much larger range of tones, helping you adapt to the audible picture you’re trying to paint -- whether it be aggression, simple communication, location, or distress.
As a New York State Certified Hunter Education Instructor, owner Brian Rush strongly encourages everyone to practice safe and ethical hunting methods. Wear a harness when elevated, know your surroundings, form good relationships, and take a kid out in the field! We define ethics as doing the right thing when no one else is watching. So please do everything in your power to return to your family every evening, know your game laws, have fun, be safe, and shoot straight.