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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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  • Nov 25, 2016 :  Waterfowl, ProStaff

    Learning the Primary Ducks in an Area and Hunting Private Lands

    The majority of ducks we take in our section of Kentucky are mallards, pintail and gadwalls. If we’re hunting diving ducks, we’ll be taking bluebills, ring-necks, wigeons, redheads and canvasbacks. But we don’t see those ducks until later on in the year when the weather gets really cold.
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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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