The crowded streets of Indian Market are the last place you expect to hear the sound of a turkey gobble, much less an elk chirp or a coyote howl. All three sounds emanate from a single turkey call, which draws people to Gary Roybal’s booth just as it calls wildlife to him in more natural settings.
Roybal (San Ildefonso Pueblo) began making turkey calls about 14 years ago, challenging himself to replicate two his father-in-law owned. His first concern was accurately mimicking the game calls.
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