A few decoys are just not enough when hunting big waters in the Carolinas. […]
Worried about high-flying ducks noticing your decoys? You won’t have that problem with these oversized decoys. […]
Mark Malloy of Rockingham County killed his limit of wood ducks during North Carolina’s 2019 early general duck season, which came and went with little fanfare. […]
Due to a number of factors, the waterfowl season has been one of the toughest in recent memory for many hunters in the Carolinas and beyond, but Clarendon Club has been a shining spot, producing limits of a variety of ducks on a regular basis. […]
Benelli Super Vinci Shotgun
The superbly balanced Super Vinci shotgun is the world’s most reliable, softest-kicking, fastest-shooting, lightweight, semi-auto 12-gauge that shoots 23/4-, 3- and 31/2-inch magnum shells.
One of the biggest problems with public duck hunting in the Carolinas is an overabundance of people who want to hunt and a limited amount of public water. Tales of getting to the best spots at 2 a.m. and sleeping in the boat until legal shooting light make the prospect of public duck hunting even less palatable. […]
Since 1940, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has managed national fish and wildlife populations and their habitat to protect and promote the resources. As part of those efforts, USFWS manages migratory birds jointly with Canada and Mexico, and to make educated, informed decisions, hunter input and band data must be included. […]