Don’t be lazy; pay attention to the finer points of waterfowl hunting.
When Hunting the continent's biggest, toughest ducks, don't bring wimpy shotguns, shells or shooting skills
Here's some secrets to help you save on traveling costs and dog care.
Blinds and guns are another area where waterfowlers can save a lot by buying used. If you’re looking for brand-new, though, consider going basic
Hunting common eiders is not for everyone. Their location, along with the equipment required and the difficult conditions, limit enthusiasts to a dedicated few.
If you want to save big on excellent calls, forgo the acrylic calls selling for $100 to $200 and buy a vastly cheaper ($15-$50) polycarbonate or Delrin call.
Not everyone needs new decoys, but here’s how to build a spread or upgrade what you have without laying out lots of cash.
A little rain never stopped a dedicated waterfowl hunter, nor did it dampen the enthusiasm of those attending the 39th Annual Waterfowl Festival in Easton, Md.
The simple floating duck blind described here is intended to be moored on the water’s edge and hunted from while on the bank or in shallow water.
A look at the newest waterfowling jacket from L.L. Bean, designed with the duck hunter in mind.