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Must-Have Waterfowl Gear for 2021

Waterfowlers, pay attention. We've got the scoop on the gear you need this season.

ALPS OutdoorZ Introduces Alpha Waterfowl Blind

New for 2021, ALPS OutdoorZ has released the Alpha Waterfowl Blind. Developed in conjunction with seasoned bird hunters, the blind is designed with an eye toward concealment, function and environmental adaptability.

Must-Have Waterfowl Gear for 2020

Waterfowlers, pay attention. We've got the scoop on the gear you need this season.

Take a Waterfowl Vacation: 5 Days in Ciudad Obregon

The end of duck season is a sordid affair. Yes, there’s work to be done, with mud and muck encasing nearly everything you own, and the contempt you hold for your alarm clock is palpable. … But why quit now? The best hunting of the year is waiting south of the border.

Must-Have Waterfowl Gear for 2018

Diedhard waterfowlers, pay attention. We've got the scoop on the gear you need this season.

Must-Have Waterfowl Gear for 2017

From classic waxed cotton to the most advanced waders you've ever seen, this collection of waterfowl gear is sure to stand the test of time.

How to Build a Portable A-Frame Blind for Under $100

Here's a simple guide to building a portable A-Frame blind for under $100. Consider it your next off-season project.

Inside American Hunter: The Avery/Banded Merger

Earlier this year, Editorial Director John Zent and Associate Editor Jon Draper had the opportunity to join Wayne Radcliffe and some of the other fine folks from Avery Outdoors on the Eastern Shore of Maryland for a goose hunt. While there, they learned about the recent merging of Avery and Banded—two of the most respected waterfowl gear companies on the market—and what it should mean for consumers.

How I Spent My Christmas Vacation: Chasing Redheads In the Sunny South

By late December in Bryce Towsley's home state of Vermont, the ducks are gone. Unlike him, they are smart enough to understand there is another brutal winter coming and they flee south. So what's a poor, frozen boy to do? Take the hint: Make like a bird and migrate south.

Smileys in the Blind, Roosters on the Dash

Maybe you didn't cover yourself in glory on the first day of your guided South Dakota bird hunt, but you're a fast learner. Day two is a different story. It goes like this …

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