June/July 2010
Issue Contents


What Can Be Done
Making A Farm Work For Waterfowl—And Hunters
By Jay Strangis

Dakota Bound And Determined
Seek And You Will Find Places That Matter On The Northern Prairie
By Jack Hirt

Calling The Shot
Getting The Birds “Right” Never Has Been Black And White
By Wendell H. Shepherd

The Day It Rained Mallards
The Forecast Was Bright And Clear, With A Good Chance For Ducks
By Nick Sisley

Pothole Success
Five Ways To Make Small Waters Work
By Mark Brendemuehl

What’s Past Is Prologue
“Whereof what’s past is prologue, what to come, in yours and my discharge.” William Shakespeare
By Rob Jepson

For Every Water
Today’s Waterfowlers Enjoy Boats Designed With Purpose

As Any Diver Hunter Will Attest, Scaup Definitely Have Game
Photo Essay by Scott Moody


Hunt Book
Flyway Watch, Smart Money, Fowling Goods, Lore & Tradition, Marsh Notes

Duck Dogs
Blinds And Hand Signals
By Robert Milner

Nontoxic Shot Types
By Tom Roster

The Super Magnum At 20
By Jarrod Spilger

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

The Last Pintail
By Jim Dougherty