2013 Waterfowl Calendar

November 26, 2012 by  

2013 Waterfowl Calendar

Calendars for Waterfowl Fans – 2013 Waterfowl Calendar Don’t miss your date with the great outdoors. If you want to catch a great calendar gift for an outdoor enthusiast, Ucahoot has the products and promotions for you.  In addition to FREE shipping on orders of $25 or more, Ucahoot offers exceptional value for the highest [...]

Motion Snow Goose Decoys – Dare to be Different

February 22, 2012 by  

Motion Snow Goose Decoys – Dare to be Different

Dare to be Different How many snow goose decoy spreads have you driven past over the years? Seriously, think about it. What did you notice? I swear most snow goose decoy spreads are close to the same. They consist of 300-600 snow goose decoys (usually windsock type), around a 4-12 flyers and maybe a circling [...]

Snow Goose Decoy Spreads

January 10, 2012 by  

Snow Goose Decoy Spreads

by Nick Roehl Snow goose hunting has been a love/hate relationship with me. Growing up in North Dakota we are invaded by these white devils each spring and fall. As a young hunter, I always marveled at the sheer numbers of snow geese that seemed like an endless string of white and blue specks from [...]

G+H Weather Vane Decoys Deal

December 12, 2011 by  

G+H Weather Vane Decoys Deal

Buy 3 six packs get free shipping!! These words are music to all waterfowlers’ ears. G+H Canada Goose Weather Vane Decoys are the ticket for realism in the field. Simple to set up, light for travel, and they move with the slightest wind always realigning themselves. No more days of getting up and moving the [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

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 [...]

Light Geese Conservation Season

June 9, 2010 by  

Light Geese Conservation Season

Where Do We Stand? Light Geese and the Conservation Order By Chase Moore With its inception in 1999, the Federal Light Goose Conservation Order, a program devoted to the strategic population control of snow, blue, and Ross’s geese in North America, has provided wing shooters and waterfowlers alike a unique opportunity to harvest light geese. [...]

Spring Goose Hunting Checklist

February 16, 2010 by  

Spring Goose Hunting Checklist

E-Call The spring snow goose season in North America is legal through a Conservation Order. This order allows hunters to use electronic calls to help them fool lesser snow geese. I have been hunting snow geese for eight years in the spring and I am convinced that an electronic call is a must for decoying [...]

Good Morning Missouri

April 28, 2009 by  

Good Morning Missouri

By PJ Maguire It was mid-morning on a bright sunny, March day in Mound City, Missouri.  Chris Coffey, J.D. and I had just ordered breakfast at a small diner. Seated and standing in the diner around us were camo-clad clients, make-up wearing waitresses and cracker-jack snow goose guides.  The tail end of the snow goose [...]

The Best MN Waterfowl Opener

February 17, 2009 by  

The Best MN Waterfowl Opener

By PJ Maguire The noon opener of the Minnesota duck season was the hardest thing for me to wait for when I was young. Typically this would be the first time I hunted waterfowl for the year. Now-a-days I am accustomed to hunting in the early goose seasons that are provided in Minnesota and other [...]

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