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When You Are Duck Hunting Do You Know All Your Duck Species?

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8 Calls Every Duck Hunter Must Master

8 Calls Every Duck Hunter Must Master

Want to find sheds easily? Build an antler trap. This quick and easy antler trap will help you collect plenty of sheds this year.

How to Build Your Own Antler Trap to Collect Sheds

Want to find sheds easily? Build an antler trap. This quick and easy antler trap will help you collect plenty of sheds this year.

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9 tips for training hunting dogs | Iowa DNR

9 tips for training hunting dogs | Iowa DNR

Decoy Spreads: Shoreline Sets for Diving Ducks  Read More: http://duckjunkies.com/Decoy-Strategy/decoy-spreads-and-tactics.html

Decoy Spreads: Shoreline Sets for Diving Ducks Read More: http://duckjunkies.com/Decoy-Strategy/decoy-spreads-and-tactics.html

To rig single decoys, simply fasten the line to the weights, and then fasten the line to the decoys, and throw them out. Most decoys have holes in both ends of the keel. I like to tie two out of each dozen in the back hole so all the decoys don’t face in the same direction, adding more variety to the spread.

To rig single decoys, simply fasten the line to the weights, and then fasten the line to the decoys, and throw them out. Most decoys have holes in both ends of the keel. I like to tie two out of each dozen in the back hole so all the decoys don’t face in the same direction, adding more variety to the spread.

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