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Members' Best 2020

Your photos provide not simply a review of your accomplishments and endeavors over the past...

A Duck Blind Without the Din

Good hearing technology can extend the life of a party inside a duck blind for...

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,...

Ducks of Reelfoot Lake

Formed more than two centuries ago by the largest earthquake east of the Rockies, Tennessee’s...

How to Become a Waterfowl Scout Master

The more you know and the better you play, the more you score—especially if you...

21st Century Duck Hunting Tips

Duck hunters have more gadgets available to help them kill ducks today than at any...

Member's Hunt: A Life Lesson from a 12-Year-Old

This latest Member's Hunt comes from Randy Penn of Sedalia, Colo.

Tips and Tactics for Hunting Wary Waterfowl

Educated ducks and geese pose plenty of problems, but these tactics can help solve them.

How to Hunt Ducks on Small Water

Ditch the massive decoy spread and head upstream to find a small hidey hole that...

Aleutians of Grandeur

In most areas they call them hurricane-force winds. On the edge of the Alaska Peninsula,...

The Canadian Turkey Shoot

Flawless guns and a ton of birds that have seemingly never seen a decoy in...

Shadow Hunter

Shadows can be your biggest ally or greatest curse, which makes managing them one of...

No Wind? No Problem

No hunter relies on good wind quite like the waterfowler. So what do you do...

Crane Games

It looks prehistoric with its lanky body, pointed bill, sharp talons and 7-foot wingspan. But...

Sage Grouse Live!

Sage grouse, prairie chickens and sharptails have disappeared from parts of our country where they...

Ducks on Ice: Hunting the Great Salt Lake

Web Managing Editor Shawn Skipper recently spent two days doing a little waterfowl hunting on...

Light Is Right

Here’s why lightweight, fast-moving steel waterfowl loads are preferable to heavier, slow-advancing ones.

Skeins in the North American Sky: The Return of the Giant Canada Goose

Though assumed extinct prior to 1962, the giant subspecies of Canada goose now numbers in...

Know-How: On-the-Fly Ducks

Not everyone has time to scout out killer locations prior to a weekend hunt.

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...
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