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Waterfowl Gear for 2016, Committed Custom Calls

Must-Have Waterfowl Gear for 2016

by Joe Genzel

Admit it, your waterfowl gear obsession is out of hand. That’s OK, you’re a duck hunter. From guns to blind… more »

Concealment while Snow Goose Hunting

10 Snow Goose Hunting Tips You Need to Know

by Sierra Langbell

Sometimes a passion can turn into such an obsession that looking back on your experience makes you question your own… more »

No aggressive calling for ducks and geese

You Talk Too Much: Why Aggressive Calling Isn’t Always the Answer

by P.J. Reilly

Ahhh, there’s nothing like the smell of fresh acrylic in the morning. New honker hunters are showing up in fields… more »

Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades Camo, SHOT Show 2016

SHOT SHOW 2016: Mossy Oak Shadow Grass Blades Camo

by Wildfowl Online Staff

At SHOT Show 2016, there were many different types of new and exciting camouflage patterns on display. But none got… more »

Fabarm XLR5 Waterfowler, Shot Show 2016,

Introducing the 2016 Fabarm XLR5 Waterfowler

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Ever wish you had a waterfowl gun that was perfect for those rainy, cold, mornings in the blind? Such as… more »

Syren Elos Sporting, Shot Show 2016

SHOT SHOW 2016: Syren Elos Sporting Shotgun

by Wildfowl Online Staff

The first thing you will notice about the 12-gauge Syren Elos Sporting is the clean lines and understated elegance. The… more »

SHOT Show 2016, Tanglefree Mallard

Introducing the 2016 Tanglefree Flight Series Mallard Decoy

by Wildfowl Online Staff

At SHOT Show 2016, the WILDFOWL Online staff saw first hand the Tanglefree Flight Series Mallard decoy is far from… more »


Introducing the 2016 Benelli Ethos 28-Gauge

by Wildfowl Online Staff

The hugely successful ETHOS family has added a new member to their already amazing lineup. Introducing the Benelli ETHOS 28-gauge,… more »

MOJO Whirligig decoy

SHOT SHOW 2016: MOJO Whirligig

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Ducks beware, your newest threat has arrived. While at the SHOT SHOW 2016, the WILDFOWL online staff took a look… more »


Iconic Waterfowling Figures: First Gun Stories

by M.D. Johnson

In 1988, it was a Model 11-87. Later, a Mossberg 935. Today, Remington’s VersaMax. Four decades, and the guns have… more »

Big water duck hunting tactics

6 Big Water Duck Hunting Tips

by Ken Bailey

Whether on large inland lakes and reservoirs or coastal bays and flats, hunting ducks on big water is among the… more »

Wild Goose Stew Recipe Tips

Recipe: Wild Goose Stew

by Jacques Haeringer

As the holidays approach, so do hungry mouths. The boys have been out hunting late-season geese and have managed to… more »

Perfect Choke Tubes for Hunting

7 Best Choke Tubes for 2015

by Joe Genzel

The evolution of the interchangeable choke system by shotgun manufacturers has increased drastically over the years, with the versatility and innovative… more »

Tips for goose hunting in winter

Frosty Tips for Late-Season Goose Hunting

by Brad Fenson

Driving to the field we’d been watching for the past two days, my windshield wipers could barely keep up with the… more »

Tips for Hunting Mallards During Winter

Mallards on Ice: Hunting Winter Mallards

by David Draper

I heard the distinctive sound before I saw who was responsible for it. A few steps further and I could… more »

Field Proven Calls

Spotlight: Field Proven Calls

by David Hart

Louisville, Kentucky, isn’t exactly a hotbed of duck and goose hunting. But for two young brothers who didn’t know any… more »


Resident Geese: Are There Too Many?

by David Hart

A plane crash in New York’s Hudson River in 2009 turned out to be an odd stroke of luck for… more »


Shotgun Patterning Tips for More Kills This Season

by Brad Fitzpatrick

We’ve all been there. The birds are well in range, we swing through to the goose’s beak and smash the… more »


6 Tips: Mallard Hunting Small Waters

by Ken Bailey

A mallard’s love for cereal crops is no secret, with barley, soft wheat and field peas favorite food sources for… more »


Wildfowl Gift Guide 2015

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Waterfowl hunters are probably some of the pickiest hunters around, which also makes them some of the hardest people to… more »