Get a trained duck dog. Everyone loves the guy that has a good retriever, you will get more invites than you can shake a stick at!
Also meet other guys that like the sport. Banquets, meetings, and events are great ways to do that. Heck even blind drawings.
Here are also some friendly tips:
1) don't steal spots, guys that take you somewhere do so out of the confidence you would blab about the area and won't go without them.
2) learn to blow a duck call. I mean blow it pretty well, if you can't, learn to use a whistle.
3) What ever you do, the most important of all of these is not to skybust. Shoot birds that are well within range.
4) If you must use technology, do so quietly. You do not want to be known as an Internet scouter.
5) Early morning rural coffee shops can be your best friend.
6) Always make sure your dog eats after the hunt before you do. The dog works harder than you, without him you would be going into frigid water getting all your ducks and chasing cripples.
7) One must know their shooting lanes and stick to them. No one wants to feel the compression kick in their face when you cross into the guy's next to you.
8) Don't just toss your ducks, eat them, they are tasty. If you don't like them stop shooting them.
9) Match your spread to what you see.
10) Be ethical and safe.
Arise, Kill, and Eat. Acts 10:13
I can do all things through Christ, who strengthens me. Philp. 4:13
I apologize to those I have yet to offend. Wait just a little longer and I will get around to you too!!