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Here's how to cash in on the spreading numbers of white-fronts.Take Advantage of the Specklebelly Surge

Take Advantage of the Specklebelly Surge

Here's how to cash in on the spreading numbers of white-fronts.

John Gordon

By shore blind or boat, many rivers are killer duck holes.Big River Bird Basics

Big River Bird Basics

By shore blind or boat, many rivers are killer duck holes.

David Hart

There is no bigger advantage to killing greenheads in the late season than an open duck hole.The Open Water Advantage for Late Season Duck Hunting

The Open Water Advantage for Late Season Duck Hunting

There is no bigger advantage to killing greenheads in the late season than an open duck hole.

Brad Fitzpatrick

Duck hunting on public land can mean a lot of hunter competition. Follow these tips for upping your odds when you don't have access to private land!The Best Way to Hunt Ducks on Public Land

The Best Way to Hunt Ducks on Public Land

Duck hunting on public land can mean a lot of hunter competition. Follow these tips for upping

Tony Peterson

You can still get your duck fix when you have limited time and minimal gear. Follow these tips for a quick and easy hunt!Easy One-Duck Hunts

Easy One-Duck Hunts

You can still get your duck fix when you have limited time and minimal gear. Follow these tips

Tony Peterson

Follow these tips for hunting snow geese on your own!Hunting Snow Geese Solo

Hunting Snow Geese Solo

Follow these tips for hunting snow geese on your own!

Joe Weimer

Smart and spooky, it takes every trick in the decoy trailer to fool late-season honkers.
Early in7 New Ways to Fool Late-Season Geese

7 New Ways to Fool Late-Season Geese

Smart and spooky, it takes every trick in the decoy trailer to fool late-season honkers. Early

Wildfowl Online Staff

Even the best scouted spots can turn cold. When that happens, waterfowlers need to strike out intoDuck Hunting Tactics--Stay On The Move For Success

Duck Hunting Tactics--Stay On The Move For Success

Even the best scouted spots can turn cold. When that happens, waterfowlers need to strike out

Lynn Burkhead

The whistle of wings announced their approach: a pair of mallards, black against the overcast sky,Seven Secrets to Hunting Sheetwater

Seven Secrets to Hunting Sheetwater

The whistle of wings announced their approach: a pair of mallards, black against the overcast

Nate Corley

A good river hunt is the result of a process of scouting, planning and executing the hunt. Try these tactics!Go-To Strategies for Duck Hunting Big Rivers

Go-To Strategies for Duck Hunting Big Rivers

A good river hunt is the result of a process of scouting, planning and executing the hunt. Try

Will Brantley

Find out why Tony Peterson spends much of his hunting time on small waters!7 Top Reasons to Duck Hunt Small Waters

7 Top Reasons to Duck Hunt Small Waters

Find out why Tony Peterson spends much of his hunting time on small waters!

Tony Peterson

Some of my most valuable duck-hunting lessons have come from experienced hunters who took the timeBad Advice: The Worst Waterfowling Tips

Bad Advice: The Worst Waterfowling Tips

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

Will Brantley

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