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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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  • Dec 25, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Learn What Kind of Duck Hunting You’ll Have

    On public lands in Arkansas, 90 percent of the ducks I’ll call in will be mallards. Now when I say I hunt on public lands, I’m not just hunting on WMAs, I’m also hunting rivers. Unlike many public-land hunters, I usually don’t use a blind on my boat. I’d rather get out in the water and stand next to a tree.
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  • Dec 23, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    How to Hunt Sneaky Holes for Ducks

    When we’re going to hunt a big public area like a camp ground where other duck hunters may be able to see us as they drive by after their morning hunts, we try to be as invisible as possible. I put my other hunters out and tell them to stay behind the trees. I take the boat about 200 yards away from my hunters and hide the boat. Then I wade back to the tree where I’m planning to hunt. I tell all my hunters not to look at the birds when they’re circling before they come into the decoys. I don’t put any decoys in the open end of the hole. I want plenty of open water available for the ducks to land.
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  • Dec 22, 2015 :  Waterfowl

    Why Mike Still Hunts Camp Grounds for Ducks

    Most duck hunters know that during the early season ducks like to land in bigger holes in the timber than they do later in the season. They can see better in those bigger holes, and as they come in to the decoys, they’ve got more room to light. There’s a camp ground I hunt on the side of a big creek, and this camp ground floods in the early season.
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