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  • Nov 23, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    Finding Public Land Ducks with Mossy Oak Pro Richie McKnight

    On public lands, we don’t get out on the water to hunt until about 9 or 10 a.m. Like most public land hunters, we scout the waterways in our boats to see where the ducks are holding. However, more than likely all the other serious duck hunters have scouted the same waterways and found the same ducks that we’ve located. Most typical duck hunters will get out and set up before daylight and either have taken their limits or run out of shells by 7 - 8 a.m.
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  • Nov 22, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    Cutting Brush Before Waterfowl Season

    Whether you hunt waterfowl from a pit or a layout blind in a cornfield, you always need a handy supply of good strong cornstalks to camouflage your layout blind or pit. However, I believe more hunters who don’t have access to agricultural fields to hunt either hunt from stationary blinds next to trees, boat blinds or stands they wade to in flooded timber.
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  • Nov 21, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    How to Get Ready for Waterfowl Season

    While walking in a nearby park, I’ve noticed increasing numbers of waterfowl on its small ponds. Realizing that there’s a good number of mallards and resident geese that rarely, if ever, participate in the summer or winter migrations. I also have seen some new birds like teal, an occasional black duck and other puddle ducks landing on the park ponds at first light. So, as some cooler weather settles in during mid to late November, many waterfowlers like Mossy Oak Pro of the last 11 years, Richie McKnight, of Dawson Springs, Kentucky, are getting geared up for the upcoming waterfowl season.
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  • Oct 25, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    Harold Knight Uses His Fiddle Knowledge to Build a World Champion Goose Call

    In the 1970s, I made a tube turkey call out of a plastic pill bottle with latex rubber over half of the bottle. I always had a deep passion and love of calling animals - any kind of animal. I was playing around with this pill bottle turkey call and got a goose sound out of it. So I bought thicker latex and began to work with the pill bottle to make a goose call, and I produced my first tube goose call.
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  • Jan 01, 2016 :  Waterfowl

    Bill Daniels Calls the Shots for Louisiana Ducks and Geese

    During the last few weeks of duck season, we change up our tactics. By then, we’re often hunting yoyo ducks - ducks that have migrated from the north to southern Louisiana. Once a warm front comes through, they migrate back toward northwest Louisiana. These ducks have seen northern blind set-ups and decoys, and they’ve heard southern callers and seen their set-ups and decoys. Ducks at the end-of-the-season are the most highly-educated ducks that we hunt all year long.
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