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  • Dec 31, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Snow Geese Are Tough to Harvest

    I'm often asked about hunting snow geese. Generally, we don’t hunt snow geese during duck season. When snow geese come in, they have certain fields where they want to light. If they light in a field we don’t have permission to hunt, we’re just out of luck, because those snow geese will stay in one field, until they’ve eaten all the food there. Then, they’ll move to another field.
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  • Dec 30, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Bill Daniels Loves To Hunt Louisiana’s Specklebelly Geese

    Specklebelly geese come to calls much like mallard ducks do. They like to circle the blind several times before they decide to come in and cup their wings in front of the blind. I call to specklebellies by trying to get one goose to pull away from the flock. Then, I do some clucks and yodels, and I listen to hear how that goose is answering back to me. Once he answers my call, I call to him with the same calls and rhythm that he calls back to me.
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  • Dec 29, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Plenty of Ducks and Specklebelly Geese

    Calling new ducks is not nearly as difficult as calling stale ducks. When ducks see the same blinds and the same decoy sets and hear the same calls every day, at the end of the day, they practically can write a list of the names of the hunters in every blind. Ducks wise-up quickly to duck hunters. Even though you may see a lot of ducks, getting ducks down to the blind can be tough.
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  • Dec 28, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Bill Daniels Guides and Hunts Louisiana’s Rice Fields

    One of the toughest places in America to hunt early-season waterfowl is Louisiana. The first time I hunted there one November, my guide brought out two cans of industrial strength Yard Guard to keep the mosquitoes out of our blind. Mossy Oak pro Bill Daniels of Hayes, Louisiana, has been hunting the Bayou State for 33 years.
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  • Dec 25, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Guiding Hunters on Public Land

    I’m often asked if I guide hunters on public lands, and I say, “Yes, I do.” The next question that comes is, “What do the hunters who pay you to guide them think about your taking them to public land?” “They love it,” I answer. I don’t charge when I guide on public lands.
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