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One Bucket List Item in the Books

I’m halfway to being able to say I have hunted ducks from coast to coast. I have the east coast checked off the “to do” list with a recent hunting trip off the coast of Maine this past January. As … Continue reading

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To Late to Turn Back Now

It was Thursday November 21st about 6 pm I had been on vacation since the 15th. I like to take this week off for opening weekend of rifle season as well as making these dates available to guide hunters for … Continue reading

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Vermont Muzzleloader Season Opening Weekend 2013

It’s 3:30am December 7th 2013. That familiar sound I hear is the alarm on my iPhone telling me it’s the beginning of opening day of Muzzleloader season. In reality I have been awake since 3. It seems that I always … Continue reading

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The Preparation for Opening Day

Yes it’s that time of year again. These weeks leading up to opening day are a magical time of year. The anticipation builds as the texts and water cooler conversations seem to be more about what opportunities this upcoming hunting … Continue reading

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Must have skills of a successful waterfowl hunter

To be considered a successful waterfowl hunter you don’t need to get your limit each time out. What you do need is to master a few skills that all truly successful waterfowl hunters possess. I have hunted with guys that … Continue reading

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Tailgating – From Flying to Frying

You just had a successful hunt and you & your buddies are back to the truck. Instead of just piling in and heading to a local restaurant for breakfast maybe this time you cook your harvest right there. It can’t … Continue reading

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