Central British Columbia just may be the next hot Canadian waterfowl destination. See photos from Senior Editor John Taranto's hunt there last month.
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American waterfowlers flock to Canada every September and October for a first crack at ducks and geese before the birds wing their way south of the border and wise up to calling and decoy spreads. Traditionally, the prairie provinces of Manitoba, Saskatchewan, and Alberta have been the biggest draws for Americans, and with good reason. A constellation of potholes and endless fields of grain tend to draw the attention of migrating waterfowl.
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