Take it from experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson: Duck hunters have a lot of stuff. If you’re new to the game and wondering what you need, check out this comprehensive list of gear and resources.
Ever wonder what sets one type of duck call apart from another? Find out what makes each call unique, and take a peek beneath the surface with experienced waterfowler M.D. Johnson.
The cutdown call is easily one of the most popular duck calls on the market. Get the inside scoop from two experienced waterfowl hunters, and find out what sets this call apart from the rest.
Don’t miss out on these top five tried-and-tested decoy layouts, plus pro tips to attract ducks and geese to your blind this season.
Gaining the attention of a duck — any duck other than a mallard duck, that is — is simply a matter of speaking their language. Here’s how to do it.
No one wants to accidentally be “that guy” — the one who messes up the hunt for other waterfowlers. Our Slayer PRO Staff shares tips to avoid bad behavior and better the odds of a successful duck hunt.
Why do you duck hunt? This waterfowler’s Labrador retriever got him into the sport.
The new Mallard Slayer Double-Reed duck call uses a Delrin soundboard, just-right back pressure and Slayer’s signature design for a call that promotes good habits from Day 1 and sounds like a dream.
You depend on your duck call to produce the right sounds at opportune moments. For that, you need a clean duck call. Here’s how to keep yours in peak condition.
The best duck call for you lets you make the best sounds for your specific circumstances, including terrain, weather and your calling ability. These three pointers can help you choose the right call.