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A Directory of Duck Hunting Calls
Find duck hunting call manufactures from small hand made duck calls to large commercial duck call manufacturers
Stealth Duck Boats
The Right Boat
When it comes to duck hunting, the typical hunter doesn't think that much about transportation when they're on the water.
Carry Duck Decoys
Determine the Best Method to Transport
There are some simple, yet very effective, ways to carry all of those duck decoys you'll need when hunting.
Calling All Ducks
The Proper Use of Duck Calls
According to guide Phil Schweik, duck hunting is not usually a sport for the uninitiated hunter.
A Buyer's Guide
In my opinion, duck hunters subject themselves to more torture than any other hunters.
For Duck Hunters
The general consense is to buy the cheapest steel shotgun shells and then go hunting. But there is something better...
Basic Tips For Calling Geese Like all hunting, various individual parts make up the scenario of success when brought together properly.
Duck Hunting in a Pair of Wders
Whether you're in a duck blind, placing decoys, or standing quietly waiting for a fly over... if you're in the water, you're going to get cold.
Camo Duck Hunting Boats
Choosing the Right Boat
When it comes to duck hunting, there are many ways to find ducks... it's getting to them that can be difficult because of their location.
The mallard is probably one of the most recognizable of all ducks, and comes from the subfamily of dabbling ducks. The rich green sheen and bright yellow beak of the male is in sharp contrast to its drab female counterpart, with her orange beak and brown plumage. - USGS
According to guide Phil Schweik, duck hunting is not usually a sport for the uninitiated hunter. Yes, someone can go out and puddle jump ducks and get their share, but to be consistent in getting flowage, reservoir, or big, open-water ducks, you've got to be proficient in a number of techniques, including calling, decoy location, and concealment.
When it comes to duck hunting, the typical hunter doesn't think that much about transportation when they're on the water. They think about decoys, calls, where they're going to hunt, and how many birds they're going to get. The boat? It's a boat. It'll do just fine. Well, that's not necessarily true.
There are some simple, yet very effective, ways to carry all of those duck
decoys you'll need when hunting. Where you are hunting and type and size of
your decoys will help determine the best method to use to transport them.
In my opinion, duck hunters subject themselves to more torture than any other hunters. The words, “cold front,” excite duck hunters. There is no doubt that the key to comfort while duck hunting is dependable waders. Here’s a look at the different styles of waders and what to look for when buying.