Duck Commander Introduces Jase Robertson Pro Series Duck Calls

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posted on October 11, 2016
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Waterfowl seasons are just around the corner, and the time to start freshening up your calling is now. Duck Commander is hoping to put a few extra calls on your lanyard this year, as evidenced by the recent launch of the Jase Robertson Pro Series line. Featuring the Hi-Ball, the Tigerwood and the Acrylic, the line is available now.

"Our philosophy in making duck calls is simple…make it sound exactly like a mallard hen,” said Jase Robertson. “I guarantee you any of these calls will be the first one you grab on your lanyard when needing a dependable, easy-to-use duck call for any situation."

Like all Duck Commander calls, the Jase Robertson Pro Series are American made and assembled in West Monroe, La. All three versions of the Pro Series calls provide versatility in pitch.

The Hi-Ball ships with an MSRP of $39.95, while the Tigerwood lists at $59.95 and the Acrylic at $64.95.

For more information, go to DuckCommander.com.

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