Ninja Finisher

$74.99

Waterproof and versatile, the Ninja Finisher Friction Turkey Call from WoodHaven® Custom Calls gives turkey callers 3 different calling sounds for tremendous close-in calling ability. The result of 5 years of in-the-field testing by turkey pro Mike Pentecost, the Ninja Finisher combines a 100% waterproof ceramic calling surface and a add-on slate calling surface to give you 3 different calling options and multiple hen tones. Ergonomically designed for improved handling and grip in the field, the Finisher’s 2 calling surfaces fit together seamlessly so you can use the call as 1 unit or separately.

  • Incredibly versatile pot ‘n’ peg turkey call
  • 2 calling surfaces fit together seamlessly
  • 100% waterproof ceramic calling surface and slate calling surface
  • Offers 3 different calling combinations for multiple hen tones
  • Ergonomically designed for improved handling and grip
  • Gives turkey hunters tremendous close-in calling ability
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Waterproof and versatile, the Ninja Finisher Friction Turkey Call from WoodHaven® Custom Calls gives turkey callers 3 different calling sounds for tremendous close-in calling ability. The result of 5 years of in-the-field testing by turkey pro Mike Pentecost, the Ninja Finisher combines a 100% waterproof ceramic calling surface and a add-on slate calling surface to give you 3 different calling options and multiple hen tones. Ergonomically designed for improved handling and grip in the field, the Finisher’s 2 calling surfaces fit together seamlessly so you can use the call as 1 unit or separately.

  • Incredibly versatile pot ‘n’ peg turkey call
  • 2 calling surfaces fit together seamlessly
  • 100% waterproof ceramic calling surface and slate calling surface
  • Offers 3 different calling combinations for multiple hen tones
  • Ergonomically designed for improved handling and grip
  • Gives turkey hunters tremendous close-in calling ability

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Weight 0.7 oz

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