10 Canadian duck species—other than mallards—you should set your sights on this season (part 1 of 2)

10 Canadian duck species—other than mallards—you should set your sights on this season (part 1 of 2)

Why you should take a break from duck hunting’s usual suspects and gun for something different, but just as tasty

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10 essential turkey calls

10 essential turkey calls

To bag your spring tom, you need to learn the lingo of the turkey woods

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What to consider when choosing a duck call

What to consider when choosing a duck call

How to match the right call to your hunt

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5 key strategies for bagging canvasback ducks

5 key strategies for bagging canvasback ducks

Canvasback ducks are big and fast. Here's what you need to know to get in on this challenging hunt

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How to stay on target when turkey hunting

How to stay on target when turkey hunting

By sighting-in and patterning your shotgun, you'll never miss a turkey again

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A beginner’s guide to spring turkey hunting

A beginner’s guide to spring turkey hunting

Learn everything you'll need for one of the most exhilarating and enjoyable hunts you’ll ever experience

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How to hunt turkeys like a World Slam veteran

How to hunt turkeys like a World Slam veteran

Tips and tricks from a trophy turkey hunter

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A buyer’s guide: How to find the perfect waterfowl shotgun

A buyer's guide: How to find the perfect waterfowl shotgun

Go shotgun shopping to get excited about waterfowling during the off-season

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Best of Trophy Wall: Turkey

Best of Trophy Wall: Turkey

Top turkey pics from our collection of Trophy Wall shots

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How to hunt late-season waterfowl

How to hunt late-season waterfowl

Late in the season, there may be less competition for waterfowl, but they've also been hunted for months

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