150 Waterfowling Tips, Tactics & Tales

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Willow Creek Press, 2002 - Sports & Recreation - 200 pages
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A fun and information-packed book featuring scores of tactics for decoys, blinds and boats, calling, dog training, as well as tips on guns, loads, pass shooting, jump shooting, waterfowl identification, et al.

Also included in this fast-paced, profusely-illustrated volume are classic how-to and timeless fiction pieces from the best outdoor writers of our time.

This is the first in a series of outdoor spots-related books drawn from the venerable editorial archives of Sports Afield magazine.
 

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Contents

The Legacy of the Marsh Hunter
7
A Brief History of the Gear
17
Going Mobile
26
Etiquette of the Blind
32
Duck Tolling Retriever
40
Crying Fowl
48
Expert Advice for Better Decoy Rigs
54
Ducks on the Water
73
The Belated Neighbor
82
Armistice Day Storm
106
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Page 9 - Weeks-Mclean bill became law, giving responsibility for managing migratory game birds to the US Bureau of Biological Survey, the forerunner of the US Fish and Wildlife Service.

About the author (2002)

Dorsey is executive editor of Ducks Unlimited Magazine. He is a lifelong hunter and native of Wisconsin.

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