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We’ve all hear the saying, “The true work begins after the shot.” The reality is, you truly do you have a major chore in front of you. Whether you hunt big game or waterfowl you have to get it broken down and in the freezer or to the processor. If you then choose to process your own meat you need to make your cuts and sort the meat according to your end products. (steaks, sausage, jerky, etc)

September 28, 2016

Waterfowl Decoying Tips


Waterfowl hunting continues to evolve as decoys become more realistic each season. While the waterfowl hunting experience of decoying birds may be thousands of years old dating back to the beginnings of man, the escalation of movement, realism and concealment options continue to redefine decoy hunting for ducks and geese.

September 26, 2016

2016 Season Dates


Find when your most anticipated hunting season opens and closes, along with your other favorite hunting season dates for the 2016 season.

September 21, 2016

Waterfowl Hunting Blinds


Every waterfowler has a preference as to how they hunt. Whether it is in the field, over water or off the road, they all find success. Puddle jumping is fun, but the most adrenaline filled experience is typically reflected upon having a flock of Canadas locked up on top of you, thousands of snows stacked up for days or even a tornado of mallards pouring into your favorite honey-hole. These are all accomplished through a great presentation with your decoys/calling and also your ability to remain hidden. We have put together a selection of some of the best options available so you are able to get closer and create the most memorable experiences this season.

August 18, 2016

Adjusting Lead


Nothing is more frustrating for wing shooters than shooting at a bird and coming up empty time after time. As much as we want to blame it on the equipment, most of the time it is operator error. After switching chokes and ammo to diagnose the problem with the same end result, you may want to consider this effective approach to adjusting lead.

August 11, 2016

Choke Tube Selection


When selecting a choke tube, you have endless options of size, shape, constriction and color. There are many similarities out there, but choosing the proper choke or chokes is key to your success in the field.

January 25, 2016

Getting Ducks to Commit

Whether I’m in the store or out hunting, one common concern comes up a lot, and it doesn’t matter if we’re talking about ducks or geese.


Laying on the frozen ground in six inches of snow while a blizzard covers the barley fields in Montana is not what most kids do on a weekend. This was my first goose hunt at the age of five;

January 25, 2016

Early Goose Tactics

It is that time of year again, the farmers are starting the wheat harvest and family groups of Canada geese are starting to fly around in search of a feeding spot. Here are a few tips on how to make your hot, humid, yet always exciting early goose season a great one!