This Midwestern state holds many waterfowl species. Post here and read others views on Wisconsin duck hunting. From the mighty Mississippi river to the west to the great lake of Michigan on the east, WI has many different types of hunting available to hunters.
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What are some goose and duck hunting tips and how to hunt according to the wind?
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You need to read a magazine or google some more on duck hunting. A lot of these questions can be answered if you just look around instead of starting a new post every 10 minutes.
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contact me in September and I will gladly take you out when the season starts. Ill show you what ive learned, how to hunt safely, and what Im doing to improve my duck hunting. Until then, suscribe to DU magazine and read a couple of books about waterfowl hunting. Be prepared for a constant learning adventure, it will never end. Get out and shoot some clays, and get familiar with your shotgun. Im no hunting expert but I can help guide you in the right path. Im young and have a ton to learn myself but its a great sport to get into. Being in Gods country, watching beautiful sunrises/sunsets, and being with friends is what its all about. shooting a limit of greenheads is an added bonus. Like I said i will be happy to take you out hunting, Id enjoy showing what ive learned as well.
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