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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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  • 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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