Calling geesethat already know where they're going is far easier than trying to talk a flockof migrators out of the stratosphere. But no two geese call exactly alike, andneither do any two callers or their calls. In other words, there's no perfectway to call them in. It's best to give back to the birds what you hear comingfrom them. Use a louder, more urgent call when they're at a distance, then toneit down and decrease tempo as they come in. Pick a call that's easy to blow yetoffers several tone breaks, such as the Eastern Shore Express, the Big RiverFinal Flight, the Knight & Hale Call Kit or the Canada Hammer IIPerformance. Some calls come with a video or CD to help you sharpen yourabilities.