Hunting > Upland & Waterfowl's Top 25 Ducks (Part III) (Page 2)

Part of the allure of hunting North American waterfowl is the sheer diversity of species. But which of those species stands out above the rest? Kyle Wintersteen believes he's devised a way to determine the continent's "best" duck. Time to name the top 10.

For Kyle Wintersteen, the American Black Duck (pictured above) is the top North American waterfowl trophy. Do you disagree? Let us know in the comments!

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3 Responses to's Top 25 Ducks (Part III) (Page 2)

myrl potter wrote:
February 20, 2014

We were fortunate this year in southwestern indiana to enjoy a huge canvasback migration.we were awestruckto watch them decoy with speed and grace ...

Tom Ryan wrote:
February 19, 2014

I agree about the Black Duck, but I too love Canvasbacks. There's nothing worse than when one lone Black Duck lights just outside your decoys and swims back and forth quacking. You know he won't come any closer and when he gets up, he's not coming anywhere near you. Black Ducks have a knack for sending your blood pressure through the roof.

Paul Wait wrote:
February 12, 2014

You left out the fulvous and black-bellied whistling ducks! They are very sporting and great table fare. Certainly belong on this list, probably in the middle of the pack.