Fine Tuning Your Goose Decoy Spread

September 15, 2011 by  

Fine Tuning Your Goose Decoy Spread

With Jason Mitchell The formation of the decoy spread and how the pocket is positioned contributes tremendously to how birds approach and drop into the spread.  Hunters as a rule worry about or place a heavy emphasis on many details that aren’t nearly as important as the shape and size of the landing spot which […]

How Fast Can a Grizzly Run?

August 22, 2011 by  

How Fast Can a Grizzly Run?

EDITOR NOTE: While this is not a waterfowling story, it is a fantastic bear encounter story from a member of the forum – enjoy! Back in my younger Air Force days in Alaska, I was not known by my present Nome de Plume of Bay Bob. In those days I was know as Bear Bob. […]

Dog Marsh Dog

July 26, 2011 by  

Dog Marsh Dog

By: Bill Fontaine What is Dog Marsh Dog?  “There is a part of the Louisiana marsh that is so deep, so muddy, so full of ‘gators, and so full snakes that you send the dog to retrieve the birds and we call it a Dog marsh. A dog that retrieves in that hell hole is […]

2011 Breeding Waterfowl Habitat Conditions Released

July 1, 2011 by  

2011 Breeding Waterfowl Habitat Conditions Released

Delta Waterfowl Release Duck hunters will find plenty to cheer about in the annual breeding population and habitat survey, which was released earlier today. Conducted each May by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the Canadian Wildlife Service, this year’s survey reveals the second-highest pond count and a record 45.6 million ducks, the most […]

Vermont Duck Hunting

April 11, 2011 by  

Vermont Duck Hunting

By Cam MacKugler When you think about it, waterfowl hunting is pretty simple, perhaps the most simplistic type of hunting you can do. Really, you just need to hide from the ducks, throw out some decoys and sound like a duck, and chances are you will come home with at least one bird. Overall duck […]

Field Mallard Hunting

February 10, 2011 by  

Field Mallard Hunting

By Chris Hustad There’s a lot of different ways to hunt ducks. You can field hunt, open water hunt, hunt shallow potholes, hunt flooded timber, pass shoot refuges, etc. etc. Every state has it’s own unique landscape, it’s own flyways, it’s own style of hunting. This philosophy definitely applies to duck hunting in North Dakota. […]

Waterfowl Industry Gets a Black Eye

December 10, 2010 by  

Waterfowl Industry Gets a Black Eye

After years of rumors and speculation, a federal grand jury returned 23-count felony indictment today charging Jeff Foiles of Foiles Migrators.  This is a huge black eye in the waterfowl industry.  Jeff Foiles, a well known representative of the waterfowl industry, is looked up upon by many and is affiliated with many products and companies.   Whether […]

Waterfowler’s Knife Released by Buck Knives

November 22, 2010 by  

Waterfowler’s Knife Released by Buck Knives

In the past couple decades, I’ve seen the waterfowling industry become cluttered with more gear then any crew could ever afford or keep track of. Products designed with the sole purpose of making your waterfowling trips more productive and comfortable. Without a doubt, waterfowlers are becoming very good at harvesting waterfowl in all situations. But […]

Greenhead Mallards

October 20, 2010 by  

Greenhead Mallards

By Doug Leier North Dakota has such an array of duck species nesting in the state there’s a good chance most hunters will remember a teal, gadwall, pintail or shoveler as their first duck and instead of a mallard. And there’s nothing wrong with that, nothing wrong with bragging about the first duck regardless of […]

Customizing Your Shotgun

August 4, 2010 by  

Customizing Your Shotgun

By Chase Moore In today’s world you can customize just about anything to personal preference and reap the benefits of increased functionality, reliability, precision, fit, and appearance. Every waterfowler knows this to be the case as waterfowl hunting has become no exception for the folks who desire to have the latest and greatest. It is […]

Choke Tube Decisions

July 20, 2010 by  

Choke Tube Decisions

Shotgun Patterning: Things to Consider By Chase Moore For any waterfowl hunter, whether it be the once a year guy, the weekend warrior, or the seasoned guide, nothing could be more disappointing than having a bird work into your spread and when the time comes to shoot, you miss all three shots. Well, I guess […]

Oil Spill and Impact on Waterfowl

June 25, 2010 by  

Oil Spill and Impact on Waterfowl

Delta Scientific Director Answers Questions About Oil Spill, Impacts to Waterfowl and Waterfowl Habitat Delta Waterfowl Scientific Director Dr. Frank Rohwer has hunted ducks in the coastal marshes of Louisiana for more than 20 years. “It’s a special, special place, and it breaks my heart seeing it despoiled more and more with each passing day,” […]

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