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A Remington to Remember

by Jay Gore 0

Let me tell you about a childhood event that shaped the course of my life. In 1951, I was 10,… more »

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Simple and Easy DIY Boat Blind

by Mike Marsh 0

Jim Orth needed a simple blind for hunting Lake St. Clair. A staffing recruiter and outfitter from Michigan, he runs… more »

Fitting Your Shotgun Stock Correctly

Shoot Where You Look: Shotgun Stock Placement

by John Taylor 0

http://brightcove=1343631794 Shotguns have no sights. They shoot where we look. Our eyes are the sights, but because of tradition, it… more »

How to build a cheap layout blind

Cheap & Easy DIY Layout Blind Build

by Mike Marsh 0

Joe Muzynoski of Weston, Wis., always loved hunting geese, but he didn’t see many near home. That changed during the… more »

BB&T Duck Blind Build

Duck Blind Dedicated to Drowned Hunter

by Mike Marsh 0

The BB&T blind is named for the team of hunters who designed it — Brock, Berry and Tatem. The unique… more »

Building Your Own Roll-Out Duck Blind

State Regs Force Hunter to Build Creative Duck Blind

by Mike Marsh 0

Phillip Merkel of Berrien Springs, Michigan, has been hunting with brother-in-law Richard Genung for the better part of four decades…. more »

The Remington 3200 O/U

Remembering the Remington 3200

by John Taylor 0

In 1932 the Great Depression had the nation in its grip, but with eternal optimism, Remington released its Model 32… more »

best waterfowl shotguns

10 Best Waterfowl Shotguns Ever Made

by David Hart 4

Here’s a look at the best waterfowl shotguns of all time, guns that do what we ask and more. Some… more »

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2016 Father’s Day Gifts for Duck-Loving Dads

by WILDFOWL Staff 0

To help you find the perfect Father’s Day gift this year, the WILDFOWL staff has compiled some of the most innovative… more »

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8 Best Mud Motors for 2016

by David Hart 0

Let’s face it, that old mud motor from two years ago isn’t cuttin’ it any longer. Of course, it takes… more »

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