There are short reed and flute varieties, with the reed often proving slightly more versatile, with its loud and raspy cackling sound.
Many of the calls are actually designed by experienced hunters, meaning that the tones are precise and true to life.
The excited chatter of the cock or the assembly cluck of the flock can easily be replicated, and most come with blowing instructions on purchase.
Pheasant calls very often bear the hallmarks of true craftsmanship, usually made from hardwood. Many will be hand tuned and most are water resistant. They are lightweight, thus making them a comfortable item to bring along with you. They are simple to operate, especially if you are aware of the noises made by the pheasant.
These excellent calling devices are proven in the field of pheasant hunting. Once you have had a little practice it will all come naturally and before you know it you will be having conversations with your targeted prey... your desired results will quickly follow.