Duck Hunting Tag Archive

Hunting with an Outfitter

It may be early fall, but already a migration of a different kind is well underway. Guides, outfitters, and intrepid hunters have loaded the trucks, hit the road, and are on their...

Don’t Pack Away the Camp Just Yet

Latest in Waterfowl Hunting

To every season we turn over our tools and gear. The hose is replaced by the rake, the rake by the shovel, the shovel by the tiller. And so it is with our outdoors pursuits. Thing...

Beginner’s Guide: The Most Important Tool

If you’re new to duck hunting, it’s difficult to know exactly what you need, what you don’t, and to fight that feeling that you’re one piece of gear away from...

Why I Love Diver Ducks

Falling in love with the Mavericks of the sky. There comes a time in most boys’ lives where they want to be just like their father. I can’t recall the thousands of times this...

EM #2: Life’s Short Get Ducks – Ramsey Russell

Latest in Waterfowl Hunting, Podcast

This week on the podcast I’m joined by Ramsey Russell of GetDucks.com. Ramsey has traveled to and hunted some of the most legendary wetlands in the world and harvested over 100...

Waterfowl Hunting in Arkansas

Waterfowl Hunting by State

Flooded timbers and bottomland define waterfowl hunting in Arkansas. Arkansas has been known for a long time as a great place for waterfowl hunting. The reason why was maybe more...

EM #1: Starting the Migration in Canada with Black Duck Waterfowl – TJ Mallette

On this episode I sit down with TJ Mallete, Owner and operator of Black Duck Waterfowl. TJ starts every season chasing birds in Canada and finishes his season hunting weary...

The Unspoken Etiquette of Duck Hunting

Part of being a Public Lands Hunter is Sharing the Resource Properly There’s a plague in the world of waterfowling. What was once regarded as the longstanding unspoken rules of...

Waterfowl Hunting in North Dakota

Waterfowl Hunting by State

Hunt waterfowl in the numerous ponds and peaceful prairies of North Dakota, America’s Duck Factory.  A lot of North Dakota has been appropriately dubbed the Prairie Pothole...