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High-Tech Duck Scouting

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!

Deadly Waters: 11 Survival Tactics Waterfowlers Need To Know

David Hart - May 24, 2017

Drowning and hypothermia are the two deadliest killers of waterfowlers. Here's what you need to

Why V-boards Make More Sense for Waterfowlers

John Taylor - December 05, 2016

Want to triple your floating decoy spread with the effort of setting one decoy? Want decoys that

Simple and Easy DIY Boat Blind

Mike Marsh - September 01, 2016

Jim Orth needed a simple blind for hunting Lake St. Clair. A staffing recruiter and outfitter from

Shoot Where You Look: Shotgun Stock Placement

John Taylor - July 29, 2016

Our eyes are the sights, but because of tradition, it is often hard not to aim a shotgun

Cheap & Easy DIY Layout Blind Build

Mike Marsh - July 20, 2016

Joe Muzynoski of Weston, Wis., always loved hunting geese, but he didn't see many near home. That

7 Ways for Improving Your Shooting Skills

Mark Romanack - July 05, 2016

In the glory days of waterfowling, sportsmen developed shooting skills in the field by firing at

4 Tips to Remember When You Travel to Canada

Brad Fenson - June 23, 2016

I spent several days spotting for ducks and geese, with the hopes of having a couple fields tied up

7 Suggestions for Canadian Waterfowling Success

WILDFOWL Staff - June 08, 2016

The pursuit of waterfowl is always humbling. And Canada's prairie is a place we have spent many

Building a Duck Boat Blind on a Budget

Mike Marsh - May 10, 2016

Jim Orth needed'a simple blind for hunting Lake St. Clair. A staffing recruiter and outfitter from

DIY Kayak Duck Blind

Mike Marsh - April 06, 2016

Brad Biere of St. Charles, Missouri, is 35 and has been hunting waterfowl for about 12 years. He is

Trash to Treasure: DIY Duck Blind

Mike Marsh - March 21, 2016

When Mark Buckwalter was nine, he hunted an oxbow that flowed into the Susquehanna River. It was

3 Surefire Tips to Becoming a Better Shotgunner

Brad Fitzpatrick - February 19, 2016

It seems almost impossible - 653 clays broken in 3,600 seconds. An hour devoted to nothing but

Waterfowling Etiquette: Use Your Manners

David Hart - February 18, 2016

Crispin Powley has seen some pretty coarse behavior in the duck marsh, but nothing prepared him

Shotgun Patterning Tips for More Kills This Season

Brad Fitzpatrick - November 30, 2015

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

Hunting Land: Why You Should Invest

David Hart - October 30, 2015

While private land hunts may be harder and harder to reach come across days, there is tons of

How to Properly Choke Black Cloud FS

John Taylor - September 23, 2015

A few years ago, a buddy of mine absolutely crushed a scorching pintail at over 40 yards. When our

How to Choose the Right Waterfowl Motor

David Hart - July 08, 2015

Getting there isn't necessarily half the fun, at least not when it involves motoring across a

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