October 2018
Issue Contents


Sweet Solo
Win Or Lose, There’s Something
About Owning A Solo Hunt
By Jay Strangis

Coming Full Circle
Once A Waterfowler,
Always A Waterfowler
By Jerry Mitchell

Sea Ducks On The Swells
The Long And Short Of
Hunting Maryland’s Big Bay
By Mike Marsh

Perfect Storm
Interrupting A Photo Shoot
For A Rare Opportunity
By Phil Kahnke

The Boys And The Bend
Watching The Lights Come
On In Young Hunters’ Eyes
By Jack Hirt

A Hellish Evening
Late-Night Reloading Might
Not Be Good For The Soul
By David Svinarich

Make Mine A Redhead
A Pilgrimage To The Coast
To Relive Memories
By Mike Wilson



Hunt Book
Flyway Watch—Where ‘Duck’ Means ‘Mallard’
Smart Money: Missouri’s Bootheel
Survey Says—10 Duck Stamp Facts
The Third Shot
The Sound Of Silence
Dr. Heath’s Chamberless Shotgun
Making More Of Us
Collision Course: Bears And Geese
Marh Notes: Licenses, Stamps In Digital
First Wind Turbines Under Review For Great Lakes
Access Roads Subject Of Debate

From The Editor
Is Anyone Else Busy?
By Jay Strangis

Rise Of The Specklebelly
By John Gordon

Duck Dogs
Traveling With Your Dog
By Robert Milner

Stay Sharp
By Jarrod Spilger

Verify Your Pattern Performance
By Tom Roster

Boats Guide
Keys To Prop Selection

Close Calls!
Bless Me Father
By Mark Dreisler

One Last Shot
Canadas By Dean Pearson

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

Waterfowl Road Trips
By Patrick Meitin