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Tune-Up on Early Season Ducks

Hunting early season waterfowl is tough. Local birds are quick to detect changes on their home turf making good blinds an immediate priority. The urge to migrate is softened by warm weather and plenty of food making the birds less likely to work to a call. And if you’re at all like me, your skills … Continue reading

Duck Opener: Lake St. Clair

My duck season is officially off to a rough start.  After a lousy opening morning in the middle zone, I was pumped to get a second chance in Lake St. Clair. But  (and I don’t really need to be reminded) duck hunting doesn’t always happen like I plan. Regardless, my alarm rang at 1:45 am … Continue reading

Successful Youth Waterfowl Hunt

His name is Hunter. He’s a certified sky-watching, marsh-loving, straight-shooting, waterfowl chasing outdoor fanatic. And he’s only 13 years old. I’ve known Hunter for pretty much his entire life. Our families have been friends for years and his dad was my first hunting idol. Mike dropped more waterfowl, whacked more bucks and flushed more upland … Continue reading

Get Your Boat Ready for Duck Season (Part Two)

The boat turned out better then I expected. Investing all those hours and money will completely pay off when the first birds of the season fall on opening morning. After reading these two posts, I hope you can save some time and money to convert your 16 foot Lowe fishing boat into a waterfowl hunting machine. This post, part two, focuses mainly … Continue reading

Get Your Boat Ready for Duck Season (Part One)

The end of August means two things. A new season of College Football. And another Waterfowl hunting season. As the boys hit the field, I hit Cabela’s to refresh the decoy spread and ammo supply. I also fine tune the boat to make sure she’s ready for the best months of the year. Cabela’s hosted another Waterfowl … Continue reading

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