Lil' Pocket Box Turkey Call



At the beginning of each Turkey call review I do, I'm going to make the following disclaimer: I understand that how much one likes a particular Turkey call may be a very subjective thing - what I aim to do in this review is to tell how I liked or disliked the call.

The Lil' Pocket Box is an impressive little package right from the get-go. It's light, compact, and easy to pack to the woods. It's constructed of Mahogany, and is very sturdy. Did I mention it's a compact little call? I liked that a lot about this call. It would fit in a number of my different vest pockets, not just the one made specifically for long-handled box calls.

The Lil' Pocket Box makes a wide variety of sounds with little effort - it yelps, cutts and purrs with no problem.

The only thing I really did not like about the Lil' Pocket Box is that it's sounds are very high-pitched. Volume is great, but all sounds are high-pitched. I tried and tried to get a lower-pitched sound and couldn't do it. Because the Lil' Pocket Box is small, though, I can still justify carrying it along when I want to get loud and high-pitched, while still carrying my other calls that make lower-pitched sounds.


Compact, light, sturdy, good sound quality/volume


Makes only high-pitched sounds

POST-SCRIPT: When we say that we tested these calls, we mean that we TESTED them, in the field. To see the Spring, 2003 Field results of our testing of various turkey calls, click on the following link:

Spring 2003 Turkey Testing

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