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Ready for goose hunting success? DecoyPro provides easy to understand Canada goose decoy setup diagrams. These simple to understand Canada goose setup diagrams makes goose hunting simple, even for those who have little or no hunting experience.
Looking for the best small duck decoy spread? This example of a small duck decoy spread shows you how to be successful in duck hunting with as few as 12-18 decoys. Let’s take a look the advantages of this small duck decoy spread.
Looking for the best small goose decoy spread? This example of a small goose decoy spread shows you how to be successful in goose hunting with as few as 12-18 decoys. Let’s take a look at a few reasons how this small goose decoy spread can be effective.
Looking for an effective large goose decoy spread for fields? With this large goose decoy spread for fields you will have the benefit of keeping the direct line of sight of approaching geese off of your blinds, instead the geese can focus on the multiple landing zones that this spread creates.
What is the best duck decoy spread? This question has been asked by waterfowl hunters so let’s discuss what is commonly known as the best duck decoy spread.
Looking for the best goose decoy spread? Many of my followers tell me that it is the best goose decoy spread that they have ever used. The great thing is this decoy spread is easy to setup and has many benefits.
Ready for a good goose decoy spread for water hunting? This goose decoy spread I call the “Cozy Cove” and is a great goose decoy spread for water that you can try the next time you are out looking to bag some geese. We will also incorporate a handful of duck decoys with this decoy spread to add a level of realism.
Ready for some tips on how to setup your early season goose decoy spread? Hunters excited to get back into the field from the offseason can try this early season goose decoy spread. The good news is this is a pretty easy to learn spread and when done correctly does not require hundreds of decoys.
One exciting way to hunt for ducks is using duck decoy spreads for rivers. This example duck decoy spread for rivers will show you in an easy way how to place your duck decoys so that you can funnel the ducks into close shooting distance as the ducks fly down the river.
Are you looking to hunt ducks and geese at the same time?
The “Family Affair” is a duck & goose combo decoy spread that can be used to bag both ducks and geese. With this decoy spread you are recreating the look of several groups of ducks and geese that have landed in a field that is plentiful with food.
Today I want to share with you how I bagged my first banded bird. This is a super simple Canada goose setup tip so you can try this tip right away.
It was opening day of goose season a few years back and I was with two of my best hunting buddies. Of course we were completely jacked up because it had been nearly 8 months since the last time we had been out goose hunting.
There was only one problem…. the field we scouted and found geese in the night before was a very short alfalfa field and there didn’t seem to be a great way to conceal ourselves from the approaching birds.
So what did we do?
Thinking about doing some snow goose hunting? Not sure how to setup snow goose decoys? No problem! Snow goose hunting can present some of the most exciting waterfowl hunting available. There are days when groups of hunters shoot 100 + snow geese in just one day.
Sounds like fun right? Ok, let’s learn about one effective snow goose decoy spread to try.
Step 1: In this example the wind is blowing from left to right on our snow goose decoy spread. The first thing when hunting snow geese is to keep your back to the wind as the geese will want to land into the wind. As you can see here we have our hunter positioned with his back to the wind.
Ever wonder how to setup duck decoys?
Well no problem, in this post I am going to show you one of the most effective ways to hunt ducks over water. I like to call this duck decoy spread diagram “The Gauntlet”.
Are you looking for the best late season goose decoy spread? With this late season goose decoy spread you will utilize several dozen goose decoys to match the larger flocks that geese are use to seeing as the migration progresses. In addition, this late season goose decoy spread will support several hunters.
Here are two examples of goose decoy spreads on water. With these two spreads you will be able to effectively pull geese in for close shooting when you are goose hunting on open water.
Here are 3 simple tips that will show you how to duck hunt flooded timber. Duck Hunting flooded timber can be one of the most exciting ways to duck hunt. Follow these simple steps as you get started duck hunting flooded timber.
Are you wondering how to duck hunt without a dog? Although duck hunting with a dog can make for an easier time with duck retrieval, it is possible to duck hunt without a dog.
Are you looking for Duck Hunting Gear? Here you will find the top 10 essential duck hunting gear that you need for a successful duck hunt.
Canada geese are arguably one of the most versatile and exciting waterfowl to hunt and by using these Canada goose hunting tips I hope you can have a successful hunt.
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Have you been wondering how to duck hunt without decoys? Well, the good news is with some work and preparation it is possible to duck hunt without decoys.
Have you been wondering how to duck hunt from a kayak? With this kayak duck decoy spread and tips you will be able to have a successful duck hunting trip using a kayak to get to your favorite hunting spot.
If you are looking at hunting diver ducks one you might be wondering how to setup diver duck decoys. In this post I’m going to show you one example of an effective diver duck decoy spread. This particular diver duck decoy spread can work well for shoreline hunting. This decoy spread and commentary was provided by Jeff Taege at Hoduck Decoy Company.