Big brother to the classic Ol’ Yeller, the Hammer has a patent-pending integrated soundboard and a wood-plastic composite pot that provides the rich sound of wood with the durability of plastic. ($28.50;
When it comes to talking turkey, a pot-and-peg friction call is tough to beat. Unlike with a the mouth diaphragm, the average hunter can pick up one of these friction calls and, in the course of a day, lay down some respectable turkey smack. With tons of great pot-and-peg calls on the market today, it’s tough to narrow it down to a handful of the best, but choose a call (or two or three) from this list, and you’ll be playing sweet turkey tunes in no time.