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  • Jan 06, 2017 :  Waterfowl

    How to Set Up Your Decoy Spread and Get to Duck Hot Spots Before Other Hunters

    Our decoy spreads are different in most of the holes we hunt. We know that ducks don’t like to fly over decoys or other ducks before they land. So, if we have a north wind in our face, we don’t put any ducks on the south side of where we’re hunting. If we have a north wind, we’ll concentrate most of our decoys on the north side of our duck hole. Later in the year, we’ll put out fewer decoys than we do early in the year.
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  • Jan 05, 2017 :  Waterfowl

    What To Do When Hunters You Don’t Know Move Into the Spot You're Hunting

    When hunting public lands, a common occurrence is to have other hunters come into the area where you're hunting and want to hunt there, because they can tell by all the shooting that they hear that you’ve found the ducks. I've found that the best approach to take when this happens is to kill the other hunters with kindness, and be extremely cordial to them.
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  • Jan 04, 2017 :  Waterfowl

    How to Know Places to Avoid and Where to Hunt on Public Lands

    My friends often ask me, “Brooks, when I want to hunt on public waterfowl areas, what do I need to look for there?” I explain, “Search for balls of feathers and shotgun shells. If you see them on the place you think you want to hunt, don’t hunt there. More than likely, someone has shot ducks from that spot the day or two before you’ve arrived. But when you see a spot that has individual feathers on the water, and you don’t see any sign of other hunters, that’s the places you need to hunt.”
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  • Jan 03, 2017 :  Waterfowl

    How to Dodge Hunting Pressure on Public Land Waterfowling Areas

    One of the reasons we spend more time duck hunting in Arkansas than we do duck hunting in Mississippi is that we’ve found fewer and fewer places in Mississippi where we can dodge hunting pressure. We've discovered that if we can walk into an area rather than going to it by boat, our opportunities are much greater for dodging hunter pressure than if we use a boat to reach the places we want to hunt. Most of the regions we hunt are off the beaten path and require more effort than putting in a boat and driving the boat to a duck hunting area.
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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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