March/April 2011
Issue Contents


Wings Of Fury
The Return Of Greater Snow Geese Brings
Another Atlantic Goose Season To Life
By David Rearick

One For The Youngsters
There’s Nothing Like Cooperative Snows
To Light Up “The Hunter” In Young Boys
By Jack Hirt.

Ducks And Dogs
Sometimes Good Hunting Trips Cast The Unexpected,
Even The Painful
By Mark Brendemuehl

A Field Of White
A Dose Of Goose Feathers And Corn
Makes A Missouri Boy Feel Right At Home
By Ron Peach

Into The Corn
On Some Hunts, Getting There Is NOT Half The Fun
By P.J. Reilly

White Goose Tactics
How Compulsive Snow Hunters Shape Every Advantage
By David Rearick

Northern Ghosts
Seeking Eiders On A Frigid Rhode Island Coast
By Kenneth L. Kieser

Jack The Lawyer
Big Jack Was A Character Of The First Order—He
Also Had Access To Some Great Goose Hunting
By Nick Hahn

Greater Purpose
A Delaware Hunt For Greater Snows Features
A Cast Of Thousands: Decoys And Geese!
Photo Essay By Scott Moody


Hunt Book
The Season That Was
Of Mallards And Phantom Geese
Missouri’s Grand Pass
Still Brant Hunting—Morro Bay
Saskatchewan: First Stop For Geese
Loon Hunting, A Bygone Tradition
Ruddy Duck, The Original Butter Ball
Marsh Notes

Effective Snow Goose Loads
By Tom Roster

Hunting On Or Near Roosts
By Michael Hungle

Duck Dogs
The Overdogged Hunter
By Robert Milner

Snow Goose Chokes
By Jarrod Spilger

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

Mallards In The Treetops
By Jim Dougherty