Hunters who plan on killing limits of ducks this year still have a lot of work in front of them to make sure they are in the right place at the right time.
Two things you’ll find in abundance across Mississippi this month are ducks and flowing waterways.
Duck hunters have two basic, different philosophies on how to handle early arriving waterfowl in December, before the main migration finally reaches Mississippi.
A little time spent with a saw and basic lumber supplies can get you a duck blind dog stand for a fraction of the cost.
Today’s waterfowl decoys come in innumerable shapes, sizes and species applicable to various hunting situations
Award-winning taxidermist Shane Candler offers the following “tax tips” for waterfowlers to insure they get a good jump on a good mount.
Twas cold and shivering, all through that pit blind in the heart of Mississippi’s Delta. The low, early morning sky spit a bit of sleet, rain and even snow through the light fog.
With fewer ducks and more hunters competing for limited hunting territory, successful waterfowlers need to reach deep into their decoy sack of tricks.