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10 Flagging Techniques That Will Entice Ducks and Geese

In the 15 years since Randy "The Flagman" Bartz first devised flags for decoying waterfowl, the

Ben OBrien

Connecting On Incoming and Overhead Shots

by Nick Sisley Here comes a goose -- straight in. It is pretty high. The honker could

Nick Sisley

Comparing Gun Types For Waterfowling

If you are a seasoned waterfowler, you certainly already have a shotgun style preference. But

Nick Sisley

Duck Calling Tactics

I sat in a blind on the south end of historic Beaver Dam Lake in Mississippi as the marsh came

John Taylor

Arkansas Puddle Duck Hunt

Wildfowl hunts reclaimed fish ponds with Flambeau Outdoors.

Brock Norman

Wing Nutz Goose Calls

Wing Nutz Calls offers the Wing Mann short-reed Canada goose calls, developed by champion

Brock Norman

Waterfowling Kodiak Island

Old Harbor, Alaska, is not any easy place to reach. For me, it required a flight from

Gary Kramer

Decoy Transporter

Carrying around armfuls of decoys is a chore few waterfowlers look forward to, but with the

Brock Norman

Realtree's Max-4 HD pattern

To blend into various terrain, a waterfowler's camouflage needs to mimic a wide range of

Brock Norman

Illinois Field Hunt

Mallards flock to the calls of pit blind gunners.

Ben OBrien

Pouring a Goose Pit

by Mike Marsh. Tom Kamper of Thomson, Ill., hunts a 30-acre family-owned parcel in

Ben OBrien

Graylag Geese in Iceland

by Gary Kramer. About the same time North  American waterfowl leave their Alaskan and

Mark Romanack

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