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Conservation

Fish & Wildlife Service Announces Federal Duck Stamp Winner

Wildfowl Online Staff - October 19, 2012

The U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service announced the winner of its 2012 Federal Duck Stamp

Stories

Sean Mann: Legend of the Chesapeake

Joe Genzel - September 24, 2012

A young kid with goose-calling chops the size of Chesapeake Bay strolls into the 1984 World

Calls

Faulk's Forever: A Timeless Game Call

Kenneth L. Kieser - September 24, 2012

Hunting guides occasionally get strange requests.  Paul Grindol, a guide for Hackberry's Rod...

Conservation

Skunk Wranglers: Delta Trappers Target Skunks Eating Duck Eggs

David Hart - September 10, 2012

Every job has its drawbacks, but as a contract trapper for Delta Waterfowl, Brian Poncelet...

Conservation

Return of the King: Canvasback Population Rebounding

Brad Fitzpatrick - September 10, 2012

As dawn broke gray and cold over the Wye River East in Maryland, Jayson Wilt and his...

Decoy Tips

Why Geese Make the Best Duck Decoys

Kyle Wintersteen - August 27, 2012

There is a magic about duck hunting in that we enjoy it as much now as when we were young...

Decoy Tips

Splendid Specks: How to Decoy Specklebellies

Brad Fenson - August 27, 2012

Out of the pale morning light came the faint sound of cackling. Quickly, our hunting crew...

Conservation

'Dead Hens Don't Lay Eggs': Should Hunters Shoot Female Ducks?

David Hart - August 13, 2012

In 1989, Delta Waterfowl adopted a program that encouraged hunters to shoot fewer hens, called

Retriever

Stop the Drop: How to Force-Break Your Dog

James B. Spencer - August 13, 2012

Before going into the history of this training procedure, let me first define it:...

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