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Duck hunting is a favorite of millions of sportsmen because it's interactive. You not only have to be skilled enough to shoot ducks in flight,...

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For waterfowl hunters, a hunting blind is a home away from home, where lasting memories are made and, if they're lucky, a limit of...

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Waterfowl hunting requires specific gear, and the shotgun you carry to the pit, blind, or boat may be the most important piece. There are...

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Blue-winged teal are such an incredible hunting target that most sporting clay ranges offer a station dedicated to the challenge. Aside from their beautiful plumage,...

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For quicker, cleaner kills on early-season honkers, take a page from the wild turkey playbook. Like geese, turkeys are large, heavily feathered birds, so...

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Steel shot is less dense than lead and reduces the range and ability of hunters to down ducks and geese. One seeming solution to...

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Traditional goose hunting happens on cold winter days with massive spreads of decoys, tons of preparation, and the necessity for great calling skills. Early season...

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While you are setting there in your air conditioning, reading about this sweltering August heat, take comfort in knowing that in only three or...

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Good news: The prolific rain of the Midwest and East has been, to use the expression, "a great day for ducks." The forecast for waterfowl...

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Many years ago, American Hunter's Kyle Wintersteen was hunting waterfowl on the Potomac River with friends when he could have dropped a canvasback. Instead,...