Hunting late-season Canadas is challenging, but not impossible. Combine the right cover — layout blind, anyone? — with the right decoy spread and calling, and you have a recipe for success. Improvise and adjust as needed.
Moving into late season duck hunting, the Slayer team gathers to talk tactics, waterfowl calls and how to read flocks. Plus, how each Slayer call can help hunters shoot limits in every situation.
Check out these seven late-season duck tactics, sure to bring the ducks in
Pearly Gates Cutdown, Sound-file & Demo. If you’re hunting high-pressure areas and you need a call to differentiate you from the rest of the pack, this call will do it. Meet Slayer’s new cutdown duck call.
Waterfowlers facing wary ducks and competition on public land have a mid-season savior to help them stand out: the new Pearly Gates acrylic cutdown duck call.
Three tried and true combo spreads you’ll want to test out this season, brought to you by experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson.
Brand-new geese hunting strategies are fun to try, but it’s tough to beat the tried-and-true retro tips waterfowlers have been using for over 50 years. Check out these old-school strategies for hunting Canadas instead.
The Whistler’s Mother 4-in-1 produces realistic sounds for drake mallards, pintails, wigeons and teals — and it’s loud enough to reach the high-fliers.
Matt Carey demos Slayer’s new Whistler’s Mother — the 4-in-1 duck whistle that gets LOUD.