That Old Black Magic

Crows are extremely gregarious, so finding a communal area is the key to success

There is simply no better way to extend the wing-shooting seasons than by targeting crows throughout the late winter.

“If men had wings and bore black feathers, few of them would be clever enough to be crows.” — Henry Ward Beecher

If you really want to add some fast-paced excitement to your days afield, there is a new game in town. With a few dollars in equipment and a little bit of knowledge, you can have a ton of fun hunting the clever crow. In fact, beginner success combined with an abundance of crows throughout the Magnolia State makes shooting these black bandits a perfect way to introduce a young person to the great sport of hunting.

Ask any experienced crow hunter why he got into this sport in the first place, and you will get the same answer — FUN!

When it comes to hunting experiences, they say you never forget your first time. For those of us who have seen more than a few seasons come and go, our hunting firsts may be years in the past. Even so, who can ever forget the excitement of the first time you splashed a drake mallard or dropped a bushytail from the top of a tall red oak tree? How about the adrenaline rush you felt when you harvested your first white-tailed buck?

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