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!
David Hart - May 24, 2017
Drowning and hypothermia are the two deadliest killers of waterfowlers. Here's what you need to
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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