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Snow Goose Spread Strategy

by P.J. Reilly 5

Without question, spring snow goose hunting requires a large decoy spread. But the act of merely scattering a lot of… more »


3 Surefire Tips to Becoming a Better Shotgunner

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

It seems almost impossible—3,653 clays broken in 3,600 seconds. An hour devoted to nothing but shattering 108 mm targets, one… more »

Concealment while Snow Goose Hunting

10 Snow Goose Hunting Tips You Need to Know

by Sierra Langbell 0

Sometimes a passion can turn into such an obsession that looking back on your experience makes you question your own… more »

No aggressive calling for ducks and geese

You Talk Too Much: Why Aggressive Calling Isn’t Always the Answer

by P.J. Reilly 0

Ahhh, there’s nothing like the smell of fresh acrylic in the morning. New honker hunters are showing up in fields… more »

Big water duck hunting tactics

6 Big Water Duck Hunting Tips

by Ken Bailey 0

Whether on large inland lakes and reservoirs or coastal bays and flats, hunting ducks on big water is among the… more »

Tips for goose hunting in winter

Frosty Tips for Late-Season Goose Hunting

by Brad Fenson 0

Driving to the field we’d been watching for the past two days, my windshield wipers could barely keep up with the… more »

Tips for Hunting Mallards During Winter

Mallards on Ice: Hunting Winter Mallards

by David Draper 0

I heard the distinctive sound before I saw who was responsible for it. A few steps further and I could… more »


Shotgun Patterning Tips for More Kills This Season

by Brad Fitzpatrick 0

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


6 Tips: Mallard Hunting Small Waters

by Ken Bailey 1

A mallard’s love for cereal crops is no secret, with barley, soft wheat and field peas favorite food sources for… more »


How To: Properly Train With a Dog Whistle

by Tom Dokken 0

All waterfowlers should have a dog whistle. Actually, scratch that. All waterfowlers should have at least two dog whistles, the… more »

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