No waterfowler ever forgets his first canvasback. The hunt is often a numbers game, with plenty of planning required. Here’s what you need to be successful.
Teal. Wigeon. Pintail. Mallard. In this video, you’ll learn the ins and outs of using Slayer’s 4-in-1 whistle — a must have call for your lanyard.
Crafted to mimic the tooth-like notches of a duck’s mouth, this call is simple to use, super ducky and will not stick on you — it’s “ducked” up beyond all recognition.
The DUBAR Single Reed and DUBAR Double Reed duck calls guarantee realistic sound in the field, thanks to a revolutionary, nature-inspired design.
In this quick how-to piece for beginners, experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares his top three steps to becoming a better shotgunner.
Experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares his tips for hunting puddle ducks mid-morning, rather than at first light.
Waterfowler Luke Clark shares his experience hunting ducks on opening weekend, plus tips for clinching a successful day two.
When it comes to shooting, 25 yards is always better than 55. Experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares 10 expert tips for luring ducks and geese closer.
Experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson shares his best layout blind tips and tricks to get the most out of the 2023–24 season.
Experienced waterfowler and Slayer Pro Staff member Adam Ray shares his layout blind tips, just in time for pre-season.