How old is he?
If young, I would not encourage frisbee as often the dogs joints are developing and jumping time and time again is not go for them.
This is how I trained recall. My dog has an EXCELLENT recall, but I wouldn't bet his life on it.
Get a long line on him, let him get far from you, call him, if he comes back great, if not pull him in slowly, he will naturally start to come to you. Treats are great, toys are better...mine loved squeaky toys, then did transition to tug toys. He has to want to be with you. He has to eventually chose to come to you instead of chase the bunny or whatever. As he gets older, I would introduce negative rewards if he doesn't make the right choice.
Linc Remington vom Sequoyah Haus, "Remi"- D.O.B 2/3/14
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