The XTC Duck Call comes in single and double reed options and is more than enough for all hunting situations and has been proven to be very deadly coast to coast. It runs smooth and has those pure meat sounds that late-season green heads can’t resist. The XTC is easy to run and sounds very natural, making those soft seductive sounds that can make the difference on a tough day.
Gander Valley Custom Duck Hunting Calls are designed to deliver under the toughest conditions. Our duck hunting calls are field-proven by professional waterfowl guides and hardcore hunters world-wide. Our custom duck hunting calls are designed to duplicate the complete vocabulary of mallards while maintaining tonal integrity and pitch. From light setups for beginners and layout hunts to the rigid setups for competition callers that require more finesse to operate. The call you receive is a stylish and durable instrument that will spit feathers from the highest highs right down to the most fundamental and realistic meat sounds.
To fool ducks you need to replicate the way they sound. We strive to produce the most realistic duck hunting calls on the market. Making the duck call user-friendly in the toughest conditions is just as important. I am a full-time guide and have been forever...my wife is a design engineer and this was a perfect match to start the business. GVCC sought out help from other guides and outfitters across the world as well as contest callers and the average Joe. We believe to be the best you have to use the best and that is why we started GVCC. Your success is our success, it means the world to have our custom duck calls used on your hunts. All Gander Valley Custom Calls are MADE IN THE USA!
The XTC is always on my lanyard!
Great sounding call that doesn't hurt the wallet either.
I had the Homewrecker before the XTC came out and with it being cheaper than the Homewrecker "which sounds great!" is was a no brainer to buy this call. Do yourselves a favor and pick on up.
If you want realism in your calls, give the XTC or Homewrecker a try.