Specs and details on Pintail Waterfowl’s Duck Call jigs
Length front to back: 2.25″
Width side to side: 2.0″
Toneboard Channel Diameter: .625″
Notch height: .18″
Notch Depth: .40″
Toneboard radius: Top Secret!
What makes Pintail Waterfowl’s Public duck call jig unique from other public jigs on the market? We designed this jig from scratch. We wanted a jig that that would produce a toneboard that needed very little tuning, had a good, “ducky” sound right out of the jig. This makes a great all around jig for veteran call makers who want to crank out great sounding calls without spending the time and for new call makers who don’t have the tuning experience.
We didn’t just crank our a jig and call it a public jig. We went through three prototype jigs to get the sound we were looking for before finally hitting the nail on the head. Essentially we created a custom jig, then released it as our public jig!
After talking to numerous customers who are currently using our jig, most of them say very little sanding is needed just on the down slope or the radius to get this call to sound great. Most say the sound is very “ducky”.
We are so proud of our public jig, that ALL of our calls that we offer are made right from our public jigs!
If you have purchased one of our jigs and are having any problems getting a toneboard tuned to sound great, feel free to contact us. We work closely with a couple veteran call makers who use our jig regularly and provide lots of advice and feedback to us as far as drilling depth and exhaust shape and we are more than willing to offer this advice to our customers.
Was wondering if ya’ll could make a custom jig for me? A rough estimate on price? About how long does the process take?
All that info can be found here: http://www.pintailwaterfowl.com/shop/duck-call-jigs/pintail-waterfowl-custom-toneboard-jig/
Hi All,I purchased one of your jigs and have made some acrylic tone boards for my calls,I like the sound,but ,I am having problems with the call sticking.I have looked at your directions and made sure I have the exhaust port taper correct and filed or sanded at the recommended spots on the tone board.Do you have any suggestions?Also do you have a top piece for the jig to make the cork notch thinner? Thanks for your help,Chris
Chris, please give us a call during the week and we can help you out with this.