October 2015
Issue Contents


A Little Too Quiet
Hunting Alone Is A Talk-To-Yourself Affair,
But The Company Gets Old After A While
By Jay Strangis

Hot! In The Parklands
A September Indian Summer Cast
Doubt On Our Canadian Plans
By Jack Hirt

Blind On The Sound
An Appreciation For Currituck’s
Duck Hunting Way Of Life
By Mike Marsh

After Opener
When The Marshes Fill And The Guns Sound,
The Ducks Head For The Sky–Or Do they?
By M.D. Johnson

Over The Counter
Handy Human Remedies Available At The Local
Pharmacy And Suitable For What Ails Your Dog
By Ben J. Character, DVM

Eastern Shore Canadas
Hunting Chesapeake Bay Geese
With The Mann
By Ron Peach

The Big Picture
Sometimes It’s The Birds We Don’t Hunt
That Show Us The Way
By Jeffrey P. Bonin


Hunt Book
Flyway Watch—The Struggling Trajectory Of Cans
Smart Money: McPherson, Kansas
Survey Says—Arkansas Waterfowlers
The Other White Goose
Banchory Bolo And The Countess
Goose Music On The Kaw
Jack Snipe—No Joke
The Club On Pointe Mouillee
Our Man In The Field
Marsh Notes: Water Grabbing Out West
Hunters And Anglers Stand By Clean Water Act
Cold Weather Hammers Snows

From The Editor
Who’s Minding The Store
By Jay Strangis

Landing Zones
By Michael Hungle

Duck Dogs
Training Dummies
By Robert Milner

Outfitting Women
By Jarrod Spilger

Shot Thought
By Tom Roster

Boats Guide
Fuel Delivery And Other Headaches

Close Calls!
Snake In The Boat
By Kyle Burns

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

By Jim Dougherty