Mark Warmath’s



Welcome to DUCK CALLS ONLINE where we hope you enjoy an American waterfowl tradition. We would like to welcome you to what we consider such an important aspect of our country's outdoor and waterfowling heritage. A book on duck calls can be viewed by some, but this site can be visited by many.

Duck calls online has been brought to you as an opportunity to share and promote histories of a time honored craft and skill. What is something, if it is not known or retained for others? It is lost and then it is nothing! The DCO site is intended to be a visual and informative journey from the past to the present dealing with duck calls and those who made them. We open this site as a means of introducing new and old call makers from all across the country, honoring the ones that have passed and those that carry on the tradition.

Duck Calls Online is for sharing stories and documenting heavily researched pasts, while offering it to the world to see. The following pages are an online novel, with continual information flow. We hope you enjoy celebrating, admiring, and always increasing duck call histories and memorabilia. Check back often for updates and additions. Please contact us with information and photos for the site, so that it will always be improved upon.


Welcome and enjoy a commitment to tradition

Please enjoy the DCO forums. This provides a place for discussion on calls, decoys, and vintage memorabilia.