HuntingSnows.com’s “Shoot’em In The Lips” Compact Disk recording has earned it title. Recorded near Wynard-Sk, The Pas-MB, Bottineau-ND, and Corpus Christie-TX, and field tested across the continent, this CD has proved itself worthy of any goose hunting scenario. Shoot’em In The Lips has been digitally recorded, edited and blended to give the best possible sounds we could find.
This CD recording was fueled by the frustration of purchasing lesser quality recordings produced by big market competitors in a somewhat strong-armed market. Lets face it! Muffled recordings with wind vibrations, vehicle noises, song birds, and other non snow goose noises don’t produce well. Sure they work a little……maybe….if the wind is right and the clouds are low they sufficed. Anything would work in perfect conditions. I’m sure you have been sitting in your blind with your speakers turned on blaring squawks and hoots of snow geese but the background noises are muffling everything and the result is one sound. You don’t like the sound but it’s the best you have that day so you go with it. Bad sound is better than no sound. But still, why settle for mediocrity?
We didn’t want to! So we fired up the old grind-stone, got to work, and started producing snow goose sounds. Good sounds! Bad sounds! You’ve heard them. We gathered everything we could possibly get, and we got it! The collection was complete but now the hard work started. Testing! Testing! Testing!! We hit the fields to experiment. Nobody really knows what sound is best so we tried them all. We started with single sounds turning the e-caller on and off per individual group of Snow Geese. After days of taking detailed notes on one sound, we would switch to the next. Each set of sounds would start out with just a few notes at a time and by the end of our testing we would splice notes on top of each other to make a sound of many geese communicating the same message. Then we would analyze the results and give the sound a “pass or fail” and send it to the next test. In this test we would blend a few good sounds together and record results. A few sounds here, a few sounds there. After a long three season process we had five different recordings to test.
These five sound blends have hit the field for three years and have been tested against the competition. We won’t say who we tested against, out of respect for good sporting, but every competitors CD we can find has been acquired for testing and our decision was narrowed down to the best two tracks.
Let me tell you what this CD is NOT!!
It is not a CD with wind muffling every good sound! It is clear and crisp!
It is not a CD with man made voice calls mixed in here and there where a pro thinks they fit.
It is not a professionally recorded blend of a great (champion) goose caller making multitudes of different snow sounds to entice geese to the ground.
Clear and crisp. No wind. No truck noises. It doesn’t have any recording personnel dropping the microphone. The flock in the background is not louder than the honking or squealing. This CD is compiled with sounds of geese decoying into decoys. That’s the key. A lot of CD’s/recording are made of groups on roost ponds, which is nice and works okay, but we found that by recording the geese that are talking as they land, without the noise from the ground, we can get into their heads and make them think they are safe. It worked.
How many times have you used cassette tapes or other CD’s with bad results ? Do you know why? Have you ever felt like your hunt would be better without an e-caller? I have. Is it because your recording sounds like hungry geese leaving a roost? Our tests find that the sounds the geese make coming into decoys is far better than the sounds they let out coming into a flock of geese on the water or into the field. And god help you if you get stuck with a snow goose recording built from spooked geese departing from a roost. Think about it. When a flock comes into a group of geese on the ground, you have vocal signals between some geese on the ground and other geese on the ground. You also have geese on the ground talking to the geese in the air. And last but not least, you have airborne geese talking to the geese on the ground and in the air. What we found to matter most is the geese in the air talking to the GEESE IN THE AIR. We found the best. And that is the sound relays that the snow geese make in the air to each other. They talk to each other whether sound is coming from the ground or not. They talk each other into going down and landing. Certain sounds are made to convince them that it is okay but those sounds come from within the flying flock of geese. The geese on the ground make the same sounds. Although the geese on the ground make good sounds, they don’t make the persuasive goose calls that the dumb geese make during their decent.
This CD takes on a new (Real) perspective of what geese want to hear and what makes them come in. Field tested over 4 years and 8,000 geese between Texas and Lake X-MB says success and really says “Lets Go!” I wouldn’t hit the field with anything less. Yes I may be Biased but the research is done, the verdict is in, and the geese are in the freezer.
Have geese landing in your spread next time you hit the field.
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Each Track is 30 minutes.
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