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Mark Romanack - July 20, 2016
It never hurts to be a whiz kid on the ole duck or goose call, but the ability to make the righ
John Taylor - July 05, 2016
When I began trying to call ducks as a boy in the 1950s, about everyone who owned a duck call
P.J. Reilly - February 02, 2016
Ahhh, there's nothing like the smell of fresh acrylic in the morning.
New honker hunters are
There are times when ducks are more susceptible to diminutive decoy rigs'here's how YOU can tak
Skip Knowles - May 24, 2017
Daybreak arrives over a small water puddler setup facing a fickle north wind, conditions
M.D. Johnson - October 14, 2016
It felt like yesterday that honker season came to an end in southwest Washington. And here we a
Follow these tips to help your hunting dog maintain a healthy weight and avoid joint problems.
With genetics, if you don't hedge your bets with a well-bred puppy, you're asking for trouble.
Don't tell yourself any tall tales when it comes to your retriever's abilities.
There is no bigger advantage to killing greenheads in the late season than an open duck hole.
Tony Peterson - September 24, 2018
Duck hunting on public land can mean a lot of hunter competition. Follow these tips for upping
Tony Peterson - September 04, 2018
You can still get your duck fix when you have limited time and minimal gear. Follow these tips
Follow these rules to live by for killing more ducks than your neighbors.
Tony Peterson - July 18, 2018
Using high-tech tools such as aerial photography and smartphones for duck scouting hasn't quite
Drowning and hypothermia are the two deadliest killers of waterfowlers. Here's what you need to
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