Featured in Mallard Hunting
A New Telemetry Study Could Solve the Mysterious Decline of Atlantic Flyway Mallards
Eastern mallard populations have been trending in the wrong direction for decades, but no one knows why—a multi-year telemetry project aims to change that
New Research Shows Atlantic Flyway Mallards Actually Might Not Be In Trouble. Was the Bag Limit Reduction Unnecessary?
The eastern mallard population is in decline, but it might not be as dire as we thought
It’s Time to Stop Jump-Shooting Late-Season Ducks on Public Water
Jump-shooting pressured ducks only makes wary birds more solitary and harder to kill for everyone
5 Strategies That Will Give You the Best Chance to Limit on Late-Season Mallards
Greenheads get spooky in January. To kill them you must change up your tactics
At the End of My Slowest Duck Season Ever, All I Wanted for Christmas Was a Limit of Mallards
A waterfowl season of empty skies ends with the gift of green
Best Duck Loads: How to Pick the Right Shell for the Right Bird
Match your load to your feathered quarry
Why Do Duck Hunters Despise Each Other?
A duck hunter’s theory on why waterfowlers can be the biggest jerks in all of hunting and how you can be part of the solution
Waterfowl Offseason: How to Touch Up the Paint on Your Duck Decoys
Considering how much enjoyment they provide, waterfowl decoys don’t get much respect. During hunting season they’re stomped on, shot and...
Tips and Tactics: How to Hunt Ducks
To the casual observer, duck hunting may seem more misery than recreation. It’s too hot when teal season opens and...
DIY: Bag High-Flying Birds With Homemade Spinning Decoys
Photo by Luke Nilsson I have more “retired” duck decoys in my garage than I do working models. What I...