Follow these rules to live by for killing more ducks than your neighbors.
Tony Peterson - July 18, 2018
Using high-tech tools such as aerial photography and smartphones for duck scouting hasn't quite caught on like it has in deer hunting. Here's why it should!
Drowning and hypothermia are the two deadliest killers of waterfowlers. Here's what you need to know to survive!
John Taylor - December 05, 2016
Want to triple your floatingÂ decoy spread with the effort of setting one decoy? Want decoys that
Mike Marsh - September 01, 2016
Jim Orth needed a simple blind for hunting Lake St. Clair. A staffing recruiter and outfitter from
John Taylor - July 29, 2016
Our eyes are the sights, but because of tradition, it is often hard not to aim a shotgun
Mike Marsh - July 20, 2016
Joe Muzynoski of Weston, Wis., always loved hunting geese, but he didn't see many near home. That
Mark Romanack - July 05, 2016
In the glory days of waterfowling, sportsmen developed shooting skills in the field by firing at
Brad Fenson - June 23, 2016
I spent several days spotting for ducks and geese, with the hopes of having a couple fields tied up
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