November 2014
Issue Contents


What’s My Line
Waterfowlers Tend To Practice The Style Of Hunting
That’s Most Available, Becoming Specialists In The Process.
What’s Your Specialty?
By Jay Strangis

Snow How-To
The Day I Learned How To Snow Goose Hunt
By Dean Davenport

Drawn West By A Reputation For
Ample Waterfowling Opportunity
By Ron Peach

Whitefronts—Old School
It’s Not Easy To Find A Shoot That Measures Up
To 60 Years Of Specklebelly Hunting Tradition
By Dave Smith

Art Appreciation
One Man’s Roadmap For Navigating
The World Of Waterfowl Taxidermy
By Ross E. Swope

The Right Time
When Is The Right Time To Put Your Faithful Dog
To Sleep? It May Be A Question With No Right Answer

Creek Creeping
An Underserved Tradition
Tops This Waterfowler’s List
By Mark Forabosco

Going Dry For Ducks
A Hunter’s Guide To Targeting
Waterfowl On High Ground
By Terry Shields

Not Of This Age
Hunting Canvasbacks
In A Mentor’s Shadow
By Jon Wongrey


Hunt Book
Flyway Watch—A Duck’s Eye View
Camera Scouting
Challenging River Routes
Doing Business From A Blind
Once The Ruler Of The Blind
Calculating Ethanol’s Cost
Fast Food
Three Bird Limit
Marsh Notes: New Stamp Features Ruddies
New Nickname For South Dakota
Federal Stamp Online In 15 States

From The Editor
Winds Have Changed

Tapping The Hardware Store
By Michael Hungle

Duck Dogs
By Robert Milner

Benelli Ethos
By Jarrod Spilger

Testing Tells The Story
By Tom Roster

Boats Guide
Belts Versus Gears

Close Calls!
Frozen Stiff
By Jay Strangis

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

Wrong Color
By Jim Dougherty