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America's Duck Dog: The Labrador Retriever

The Labrador retriever is the most well-known of all the sporting group breeds, so much so

James B. Spencer

Duck Blind Dedicated to Drowned Hunter

The BB&T blind is named for the team of hunters who designed it -' Brock, Berry and Tatem. The

Mike Marsh

Pro Tips For Using V-Board Decoys

V-boards save space and trim decoy deployment time.

John Taylor

Calling Ducks: Tips to Remember While in the Blind

When I began trying to call ducks as a boy in the 1950s, about everyone who owned a duck call

John Taylor

7 Ways to Improve Your Shooting Skills

Waterfowl hunters must find creative ways to practice the demanding types of shooting

Mark Romanack

State Regs Force Hunter to Build Creative Duck Blind

Phillip Merkel of Berrien Springs, Michigan, has been hunting with brother-in-law Richard

Mike Marsh

4 Tips to Remember When You Travel to Canada

I spent several days spotting for ducks and geese, with the hopes of having a couple fields

Brad Fenson

Bad Advice: The Worst Waterfowling Tips

Some of my most valuable duck-hunting lessons have come from experienced hunters who took the

Will Brantley

USFWS Sets Waterfowling Limits Before the Hatch

This past Spring, North'America's waterfowl did the same thing they've done for centuries:

P.J. Reilly

Remembering the Remington 3200

In 1932 the Great Depression had the nation in its grip, but with eternal optimism, Remington

John Taylor

Take More Breaks During Off-Season Dog Training

Most of the dogs I've hunted alongside have always had a good attitude in the blind. But

Tom Dokken

7 Suggestions for Canadian Waterfowling Success

The pursuit of waterfowl is always humbling. And Canada's prairie is a place we have spent


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