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Waterfowl Tactics: Try Duck Hunting From a Layout Boat

by Mike Marsh 0

Modern layout boat designs have made them the perfect small craft for duck hunting any water, no matter the size.

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Decoy Set-Ups For River Waterfowl

by Stephen D. Carpenteri 0

In cold weather, the only open water available for ducks and geese are rivers
and streams. Here’s how to fool them with simple set-ups that work!

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Training Tips For Your Waterfowl Dog

by John Geiger 0

It’s a pleasure to take pride in the way your dog acts in a duck blind. Mike Stewart of Wildrose… more »

Photo by Ken Archer

Late-Season Duck and Goose Hunting in Texas

by Will Leschper 0

After years of superb conditions, the past couple of waterfowl seasons have ruffled the feathers of many duck and goose… more »

Photo by Ron Sinfelt

Best Winter Options for South Carolina Hunting & Fishing

by Phillip Gentry 0

If you look at the calendar, it may be difficult to pinpoint the best months of the year for either… more »

Photo by Ron Sinfelt

Winter Hunting Hotspots for Kentucky

by Norm Minch 0

A covey rise, mallards setting their wings, cottontails exploding out of honeysuckle thickets, whitetails slipping through a snow-covered cedar stand,… more »

Photo by Tom Migdalski

Arkansas’ Overlooked Waterfowling

by Keith Sutton 0

It was just a big mud puddle — a wet spot in a harvested bean field — but it was… more »

Photo by Ron SInfelt

Alabama’s Best Wintertime Hunting & Fishing Options

by Anthony Campbell 0

Ice and snow may shut down much of the hunting and fishing in December and January in the northern states,… more »

photo by Mike Gnatkowski

Using Sleeper Goose Decoys

by Mike Gnatkowski 0

To me, few things are more satisfying than enjoying a big meal, kicking back in my favorite over-stuffed chair and… more »

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Why You Should Pattern Your Shotgun For Waterfowl Hunting

by Tom Migdalski 0

Patterning your shotgun is simple. Think of it as research you can do to obtain valuable information about how your… more »

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