November/December 2010
Issue Contents


Remnant Ducks
Bitter Cold Be Damned, Some Mallards Are Just Plain Stubborn
By Jay Strangis

Late Geese
Wintry Honker Hunts Have Much to Offer—
Cold, Snow and Perfectly Matching Camo
By Mark Brendemuehl

Hunting The Magnificents
Tundra Swans Come Singly, But One Is A Handful Of Bird
By Kenneth L. Kieser

Hard Water
Ice-Up Is One Of The Best, And Most Risky, Times To Hunt Big Water
By David Rearick

In Russian, The Word Means “Hunter” By Profession
By Nick Hahn

As The Season Progresses, This Keystone River Only Gets Better
By Bob D’Angelo

Old Guide
For Dogs And Men, It’s The Marsh That Calls Loudest


Hunt Book
The Fall Migration Puzzle
The Grasslands
Hunting The Inland Seas
A Brief History Of Banding
Paradise Parched
Marsh Notes

Point Of Impact
By Tom Roster

Patterns And Placement
By Michael Hungle

Duck Dogs
Delivery To Hand
By Robert Milner

Answering With Two Barrels
By Jarrod Spilger

Market Hunter
Find An Outfitter, Call, Boat, Retriever, Waterfowling Accessory

The Big Ten
By Jim Dougherty