When many of us started hunting ducks and geese, we might have had a father, uncle, or someone else with experience teach us the ropes. If not, a magazine article or book may have been a source of information on tactics. Either way, one of the fundamentals of waterfowling everyone learns quickly is decoy placement.
I remember the first day that I brought my new 6X12 single axle enclosed cargo trailer home. I thought to myself…man this thing is HUGE! I could… Read more “The Battle Beast’s Tale”
I am cursed by not owning thousands of acres of hunting land. I am blessed with the ability to gain friends who do have thousands of acres… Read more “How to Win Friends and Gain Permission”
The greatest lesson that I have learned over the last 10 years in waterfowling is that you can NEVER scout too much. I have never found too… Read more “Get Your Scout On!”
Some Odds and Ends of Waterfowling Duck and goose hunting, perhaps more than another other kind of hunting, is an equipment intensive sport. From massive decoy spreads,… Read more “Some of the Odds and Ends of Waterfowling”
Last year I wrote an article explaining 2 tricks that a friend showed me to speed things up at the start of a hunt. He used raffia… Read more “Applying Raffia Grass to a Layout Blind”
In under 3 months I will be hunting again. I had better get ready, are you getting ready? I have been puttering in my basement checking out… Read more “You buying decoys yet?”