October 7, 2013 in All Posts
Hunting is underway in various northern states and the first flights of ringed-neck ducks have been reported in the northern Great Lakes region. While the best of the fall migration is yet to come, wood ducks, teal and local mallards continue to provide excellent early season action for many hunters. Special youth hunting seasons have passed in a few states but there is still plenty of time to get that budding “duck dynasty” fan away from the television and into the great outdoors for an introductory hunt.
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Unless you’ve been hiding under a pile of rocks or have sequestered yourself from entertainment television, you are, like most Americans, familiar with one of America’s most popular reality TV series of all time, Duck Dynasty.
While viewers are attracted to the show for many reasons beyond the fact that the bearded Duckmen actually duck hunt, it has generated more interest in the sport than any other recruitment medium since duck hunting became a regulated sport. Continue reading “Migration Update – October 7, 2013” »