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  • Jan 03, 2017 :  Waterfowl

    Secrets of Public Land Waterfowling

    Brooks Tinsley of West Point, Mississippi, hunts some of the most heavily hunted waterfowl areas in the nation, but he has been highly successful. We wanted to know what tactics he was using to take ducks in often overcrowded areas on public land.
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  • Dec 29, 2016 :  Waterfowl

    How to Call and Decoy Those Ducks from the Sky at Honey Brake Lodge

    When I speak to different groups, I'm often asked, “Besides food, water, habitat and regulating your hunting pressure, what else are you doing to get those ducks to come in to your decoys at Honey Brake?”
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  • Dec 28, 2016 :  Waterfowl

    Why No Snow Means No Geese at Honey Brake Lodge

    I'm often asked, “Do you have snow goose hunts at Honey Brake after the duck season is over like many duck-hunting operations do?” Well, no, we don’t. We don’t promote snow goose hunting. We’re not opposed to it, but because our lodge is so remote, and those snow geese are so unpredictable, we’re not sure we can deliver the type of waterfowl hunting that our hunters will expect. We’re all about having our hunters see a lot of waterfowl and having successful hunts.
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  • Dec 27, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    What Are Yo-Yo Ducks and Gumbo Mud at Honey Brake Lodge

    At the first of this 2016 season, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service folks came in and did their annual duck count. They were very excited. They said that Louisiana was holding more ducks statewide than the state ever had had since 1910. Their count was more than 3-million ducks in Louisiana for the first week of duck season.
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  • Dec 26, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    Hunting with Drew Keeth and Honey Brake Lodge

    Sometimes when I’m waterfowling, I really don’t want to shoot. I’d rather just watch. One of those times was the first time I went waterfowling at Honey Brake Lodge in central Louisiana. I saw 100 or more ducks lighting in the decoys, and I was so excited that I wanted to observe that spectacle as long as I could before the ducks started dropping, and the other ducks raced to get away from the lead that was chasing them. Drew Keeth, the CEO of Honey Bake Lodge, is a master duck caller and a great hunting partner. “Aren’t you going to shoot, John?” Keeth asked me with a concerned look on his face when I hunted Honey Brake. I told him, “Not yet. I just want to take in this sight and lock it in my memory forever.” This week we’re talking to Mossy Oak Pro Drew Keeth.
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