Tony Peterson - September 24, 2018
Duck hunting on public land can mean a lot of hunter competition. Follow these tips for upping your odds when you don't have access to private land!
Tony Peterson - September 04, 2018
You can still get your duck fix when you have limited time and minimal gear. Follow these tips for a quick and easy hunt!
Joe Weimer - January 26, 2018
It was quiet. Quiet enough that the only thing keeping me awake was the occasional blast of the
Wildfowl Online Staff - November 21, 2017
Smart and spooky, it takes every trick in the decoy trailer to fool late-season honkers.
Lynn Burkhead - October 26, 2017
Even the best scouted spots can turn cold. When that happens, waterfowlers need to strike out into
Nate Corley - September 01, 2016
The whistle of wings announced their approach: a pair of mallards, black against the overcast sky,
Will Brantley - August 18, 2016
A good river hunt is the result of a process of scouting, planning and executing the hunt. Each
Tony Peterson - July 29, 2016
Find out why Tony Peterson spends much of his hunting time on small waters!
Will Brantley - June 21, 2016
Some of my most valuable duck-hunting lessons have come from experienced hunters who took the time
Sierra Langbell - February 05, 2016
Sometimes a passion can turn into such an obsession that looking back on your experience makes
Ken Bailey - January 12, 2016
Whether on large inland lakes and reservoirs or coastal bays and flats, hunting ducks on big
Brad Fenson - December 15, 2015
Late-season geese are challenging, as any experienced waterfowl enthusiast can attest. These birds
David Draper - December 09, 2015
It's been a decade or more since that particular ice-breaking incident and I like to think I've
Ken Bailey - November 17, 2015
Small-water greenheads may be the most addictive form of waterfowling there is.
A mallard's love
Tom Dokken - November 02, 2015
Understanding blind retrieves and hand signals are the cornerstones of a good bird dog, and they
Brad Fitzpatrick - October 07, 2015
WaterfowlÂ hunters develop a special glint in their eye when the forecast calls for winter to be
Brad Fenson - September 22, 2014
I checked the intermittent creek bed for deep holes still holding water and maybe a few ducks.
David Hart - January 29, 2014
There you sit, staring at an empty sky and an even emptier duck strap. It may be duck season and
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