The shotgun is the most versatile equipment in a waterfowl hunter’s arsenal. It can last for years if it’s taken care of properly. If you’re willing to do some maintenance work on it regularly, even for decades.
Everyone’s favorite time of the year is finally here. Instead of preparing for the season, we can actually hunt. Ahh… Nothing comes close to the feeling of going home with a bag full of birds after spending a day with your friends. Even picking up all the decoys isn’t that difficult when you know it paid off.
Flooded timber duck hunting may seem simple, but there are levels in the game, and most people are preventing themselves from getting better. One of the reasons for sticking to techniques and strategies that clearly don’t work is being unable to adapt. And the cause for that is usually hidden deep under mistake number 1.
Those who aren’t lucky enough to have a passion for hunting can’t understand hunters. And some people who don’t know any hunters think that’s something you’re born with, which is 100% false.
Duck hunters thrive during the colder months. From September through January, we love going into the wild because there are waterfowl out there, in great numbers.
The summer months, with their relentless heat and blazing sun, make it seem like the next duck hunting season is so far away.
You think duck hunting is losing its popularity? Don’t feel bad, here are some much-needed motivational words for duck hunters!
Preparing for a day of hunting snow geese? Read this guide to make sure you have everything you need to make the most of your hunt.
Going for some late-season hunting? Read our blog and discover some of the best realistic decoy layouts for ducks that have seen it all!
After a duck hunting season of empty skies, all you really want is one good duck hunt? Not a problem! Here are the best ways to bounce back in no time.