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Dogs can overheat quickly
regardless of the temperature in the blind, keep your eyes open for critical first signs like diarrhea. Pale gums and a bright red tongue are additional signs.

How to avoid the dangers of overheating your waterfowling dog

by Tyler Shoberg

Dogs can overheat relatively quickly regardless of the temperature in the duck blind. Factors such as age, fitness level, coat… more »


New Super Black Eagle Is Awesome!

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Few auto-loaders stand up against the Super Black Eagle, and Benelli’s 3.0 version has all the makings of the greatest… more »


New Dawn for Black Cloud Ammo

by John Taylor

Black Cloud shotshells from Federal have always been bird killers. But using them came with a few caveats, i.e. no… more »


Retriever Health: Get Your Dog’s Feet In Shape

by Tyler Shoberg

Caring for your dog’s feet is a top priority, especially if you own a field dog that may cover miles… more »


Best New Duck Boats for 2017

by David Hart

Choosing a new duck boat isn’t easy simply because there are so many great designs out there just for waterfowlers…. more »


10 Surprisingly Affordable Dream Waterfowl Trips

by Skip Knowles

Traveling to hunt waterfowl is no longer elitist and many of the best dream trips are surprisingly affordable. One of… more »

Recipe for Jalapeno Grilled Duck

2 Easy Duck Recipes for Summertime Grilling


It’s summertime and the staff here at Wildfowl is cleaning out the freezer and firing up the grill for our… more »


Black Cloud Flex Performs Flawlessly

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Jim McConville has been chasing the snow goose storm his entire bird hunting career, but never timed it right. So… more »


The TriStar Viper G2 Bronze

by Wildfowl Online Staff

Waterfowlers looking for a reliable semi-auto shotgun will be excited for TriStar’s new Viper G2 Bronze. With many of the… more »


New High-tech Ways to Find Waterfowl Hot Spots

by Bob Humphrey

Here’s how to find duck hunting hot spots the easy way, with today’s new high-tech mapping links and apps. Every… more »

Duck Boat

World’s Fastest Duck Boat

by Mike Marsh

Not many people can look at a high-powered ski boat and imagine transforming it for higher use as a duck… more »

Using V-boards for Duck Hunting

Why V-boards Make More Sense for Waterfowlers

by John Taylor

Want to triple your floating decoy spread with the effort of setting one decoy? Want decoys that take up little room… more »


Ducks Unlimited: A Duck Man’s Best Friend

by David Hart

As the waterfowl program leader for the Louisiana Department of Wildlife and Fisheries, part of Larry Reynold’s job is to… more »


Wounded Waterfowl Demand a Steady Dog

by Tom Dokken

Most of us think we are dead-eyes with a shotgun, but in waterfowling sometimes we’ll only wing a duck and… more »


Band Tales: Summer in December

by Bob Humphrey

A late December forecast for highs in the 70s almost coaxed Kenneth Mullins to turn off the alarm clock and… more »


Holiday Gifts for the Hardcore Waterfowler

by Joe Genzel

Waterfowlers are probably some of the most demanding hunters around, which also makes us some of the hardest to shop… more »


What to Look for in a Young Retriever

by Bill Gibson

When the day for picking a puppy arrives, I go through four evaluation steps before making my final decision: 1…. more »


Score Big with Small Spreads

by M.D. Johnson

It felt like yesterday that honker season came to an end in southwest Washington. And here we are again, just… more »


Duck Hunting in Deadly Waters

by David Hart

At first, Travis Mueller didn’t think much about the wave that washed over the front of the boat. He was… more »


“Kill that…that…Duck!”

by Brad Fenson

Six mallards swung past the decoys as the sun broke the horizon and two of us put four of them… more »