smackaduck wrote: Unless maybe your hunting in snow then I cant help you. I never get to see it. :laughing:
I'll mail some down to you this winter :mrgreen:
Back on topic.......I try not to sit out in the open, if you can get into some weeds, or some brush to hide behind, or if you can make a spur-of-the-moment blind out of some of the surrounding vegetation, you should be fine. Like smackaduck said, movement is the big thing. If you are in a marsh, and are having a tough time concealing yourself, you can make a cheap, portable blind for pretty much nothing. Some 2x3's cut into stakes at the ends with some chicken wire stapled to it with vegetation woven through it, or some burlap you paint yourself works just fine.
Another thing, use a face mask. Especially when you are first starting to duck hunt, because you'll naturally want to watch the birds, and this will flare them more than anything else.