Best New Waterfowl Blinds and Layouts for 2015
August 26, 2015
A thin line of pink sits low on the horizon as whistling wings overhead tell you they're coming. Everyone tenses, shrinking their shoulders into their necks, lowering cap bills.
This is it. The time has arrived. The birds do it right, peering into the spread to see only the decoys as they descend into awaiting hell fire. You call the shot and a steady greenhead rain begins to fall. It wasn't luck. You took the time to dig in, brush up'¦you did it right, too.
Concealment will make or break the hunt, and we have to disappear in a variety of environments — corn stubble, winter wheat, the marsh — wherever the birds take us.