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          20 inches of snow threatened to wipe out a cross-country waterfowl hunt    By P.J. Reilly

Blizzard Bounty

P.J. Reilly - November 03, 2010

20 inches of snow threatened to wipe out a cross-country waterfowl hunt By P.J....

          Pintails by the thousands await Pacific Flyway hunters.    By Art Isberg    In the

Sleek Sprig

Art Isberg - November 03, 2010

Pintails by the thousands await Pacific Flyway hunters. By Art Isberg In the

          Salt ponds stay open to draw waterfowl.    By M.D. Johnson    One of the most fascinating

Mining Oklahoma Ducks

M.D. Johnson - November 03, 2010

Salt ponds stay open to draw waterfowl. By M.D. Johnson One of the most...

              By Larry L Reid    In 1950, John M. Olin, leader of Winchester Ammunition and

One Man's Pride and Joy

Larry L Reid - November 03, 2010

By Larry L Reid In 1950, John M. Olin, leader of Winchester Ammunition and

          Opportunistic late-day hunts make fond memories.    By Jack Hirt    The morning goose

Afternoon Delight

Jack Hirt - November 03, 2010

Opportunistic late-day hunts make fond memories. By Jack Hirt The morning...

          Water level changes prompt waterfowl to move.    By David Hart    It seemed like a

Tıdewater Ducks

David Hart - November 03, 2010

Water level changes prompt waterfowl to move. By David Hart It seemed like a

          Hunting urban ducks and geese poses unique challenges.    By Joe Shead    I tiptoed as I

Just Outside The City

Joe Shead - November 03, 2010

Hunting urban ducks and geese poses unique challenges. By Joe Shead I tiptoed...

          From mallards to sea ducks, the Evergreen State is a waterfowl hunter's playground    By

Washington's Mixed Bag

M.D. Johnson - November 03, 2010

From mallards to sea ducks, the Evergreen State is a waterfowl hunter's playground ...

          Covering a board with burlap gives field decoys a perch.      By Mike Marsh    Lonzo

Islands Lure Wary Waterfowl

Mike Marsh - November 03, 2010

Covering a board with burlap gives field decoys a perch. By Mike Marsh Lonzo

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