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October 18th Rogue River Cast and Blast

As the month of October rolls along the steelhead fly fishing gets better and better. Throw in a little early waterfowl hunting and you have a Rogue River treat that is hard to beat. 98 more words

Rogue River Report

The Decoy Carvers

The decoy carvers invited me to lunch last week. By the time I got to the Straits, they had finished carving for the day. They had put away their tools and paint brushes, and they had set out a big lunch—roast mullet, fresh tomatoes and cornbread with fig jam, just the kind of meal I like. 421 more words

New Bern N.C.

The best laid plans.

September 23, 2017 was the first opening day of duck season I experienced in which a heat warning was in effect with the temperature expected to reach 40 C by the afternoon. 1,133 more words


Let the Deal Go Down

Port Clinton, OH (September 12, 2017) – The double-reed duck call has been a hunter-favorite for well over a half a century. Why? Because double-reeds are generally easier to use than single reeds, typically requiring less inflection and tone control by the caller to produce rich-sounding mallard feed chuckles, quacks and greeting calls. 454 more words


Time to Heat up the Woods

Birmingham, AL — Summit Treestands®, the industry leader in producing innovative and cutting-edge methods for hunting from an elevated position, introduces the Heated Seat—an adjustable, heat source to tame even the most brutal hunting days. 206 more words


Rock 'Em Back to Earth

Port Clinton, OH (August 22, 2017) – There is no doubt; the short-reed goose call has revolutionized the waterfowl hunter’s ability to sound just like living geese. 407 more words


Why You Need to Hunt Waterfowl in the Rice Fields

Many friends are counting the days until hunting season, but are they anticipating antelope, deer, elk, bear, dove, or one of my favorites, duck hunting?! I’ve spent the past few days in hot pursuit of those… 213 more words