Its that time of year when I start diving deep into getting grunters going for the fall. If you want to get something going, hit me up by PM so we can get an idea picked out. I have a lot of the colorwood colors in hand and ready to go. Several camo-ish colors, but a lot of school-type colors too, including purple over yellow now. Domestic woods..... I like running persimmon and hedge, and also have mesquite and walnut if you like them. Any of those woods, and colorwood are 55 each total. If you want something overly unique like a stabilized and dyed maple burl or yellow cedar burl, their cost all depends on the wood but tend to run 100-120 each. A year ago, I thought that was crazy, but I now understand some folks really like a super unique grunter just for them. Doe grunts are also on my to-do list (not bleats, these are soft, light grunts). Any way on the wood types, I want to make you something that you will appreciate and will be happy to hand down to a family member or friend years from now. If you have a grunter from me that needs a tune up of new o-rings or a new reed, now is also the time to get it in the mail to me so I can whip it back into shape. I want your grunter to run 100 percent right every time you rely on it this fall. Many thanks to all the MWT members. Its been awesome to hear all the unique deer hunting stories that have came from the calls. No doubt deer call making has surpassed my turkey call making by a ways, but I still like the process of each a lot. My grandfather who was my number one influence in getting me working up wood has been gone a little over a year now. We are headed to his barn this weekend to get serious about moving the family fell wood to my shop. Its going to be a tough haul. Please be with us a little this next month or so as my boys and I work on this changing of the guard. A couple overly amazing times this spring turkey season got passed to me. One where an MWT member was able to take his grandfather on a turkey hunt, and they talked about things they had never talked about before. And that member shared with me that experience taking place because of the call I made him. The other was quite the opposite, yet still the same, where a member took his grandson turkey hunting for his first bird and they doubled up on jakes. I am humbled to be a small part of experiences like those, and at the same time overly excited about the potential to be a part of more in the future. Last fall, I had decided my hope was to get a story back from a grown man who had hunted a decent many years, attributing killing his biggest buck of his life because one of my grunters turned his buck and brought him in for the perfect shot. I had heard the story a few times before, and figured that was kind of a year-end hope to hear about again. Then it started happening. And it happened again and again. SEVEN times! That may be a stretch to meet again for 2018, but I am ready to see. Share what ever you want in this thread. Its your adventure, I just want to quietly come along.