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Public Land Isn't Our Land?

David Hart - August 18, 2016

Where he hunts depends on a number of factors, but one thing Land Tawney doesn't have to worry

State Regs Force Hunter to Build Creative Duck Blind

Mike Marsh - June 27, 2016

Phillip Merkel of Berrien Springs, Michigan, has been hunting with brother-in-law Richard Genung

USFWS Sets Waterfowling Limits Before the Hatch

P.J. Reilly - June 21, 2016

This past Spring, North'America's waterfowl did the same thing they've done for centuries:

Green Against Greenheads: The USFWS's Migratory Bird Management & Renewable Energy

David Hart - December 15, 2014

An internal memo sent to employees of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Region 8 office touched

Should We Revise Baiting Regulations?

David Hart - July 17, 2014

Most duck hunting rules are pretty simple; no shooting after sunset, your shotgun can't hold more

Read & React: Senate Bill to Raise the Price of Duck Stamp

Kyle Wintersteen - February 14, 2014

In 1991, the average price for a gallon of gas was $1.23; a gallon of milk was just $2.36; and a

Read & React: Government Shutdown Forces National Refuges to Close

Wildfowl Online Staff - October 01, 2013

Thought the government shutdown wouldn't hurt your hunting plans? Think again. According to the

'Duck Dynasty' Crew Battles with Animal Rights Activist Morrissey

Eric Conn - February 28, 2013

The ever-popular gents from Duck Dynasty have found their way into the limelight once

Habitat Decline Spurs Waterfowl Protection Programs

David Hart - July 30, 2012

Last season may have been one to remember, not only because a record number of ducks flew south,

Bucks for Ducks: Increasing the Federal Stamp Price

David Hart - May 14, 2012

It's been the talk of the waterfowl community for the past 10 years, but this time, it just may

Hot Topic: Climate Change and Duck Season

David Hart - March 12, 2012

Anyone who was slapping mosquitoes in Stuttgart in late December, wondering what happened to duck

Duck Stamp Debate

Joe Genzel - February 22, 2012

Do you want to pay more for your Federal Duck Stamp? We probably know the answer to that. But, it

Lead Shot Still Controversial 20 Years Later

Angela Pham - December 20, 2011

For 20 years now, lead shot hasn't legally left the barrel of a shotgun pointed at a duck or goose

Big Funding Cuts to Hurt Duck Production

David Hart - December 20, 2011

Congress is in a cutting mood and wetlands are on the chopping block. Facing a bleak economy,

The Politics Behind the Canadian Firearms Registry

Brad Fenson - November 23, 2011

Go ahead and mention firearm restrictions or registries to any hunter in the world and you will

Locked Out: Restrictive Duck Blind Laws Keep Waterfowlers From Hunting Public Water

David Hart - September 09, 2011

When Mark Crain found a spot on the tidal Potomac River that didn't appear to have a duck blind

Keep it Quiet For Public Land Duck Hunting

Will Brantley - August 25, 2011

So you've done your scouting and found a hidden honeyhole crawling with ducks. It's tempting to

Sunday Hunting in Pennsylvania Under Consideration

Angela Pham - June 30, 2011

Pennsylvania's undergoing a heated debate over legislation that seeks to lift the ban from Sunday

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