In 2022, we’ll be bringing you ducks and geese from MeatEater like you’ve never seen before. More hunting content, more education ranging from beginner to expert, new and important voices, two dedicated video series, and some great recipes. We will also be diving into First Lite’s new waterfowl systems, showing both design features and in-the-field application.- Sean Weaver
Cal is MeatEater's Director of Conservation, the host of the Cal’s Week In Review podcast and is a national board member of Backcountry Hunters & Anglers. He’s long been a passionate member of the outdoor community, having grown up hunting and fishing, guiding, and playing in the West.
MeatEater’s founder and host of the Netflix Original series MeatEater and The MeatEater Podcast. Steve is also the author of six books dealing with wildlife, hunting, fishing and wild game cooking, including the bestselling MeatEater Fish and Game Cookbook and MeatEater’s Guide To Wilderness Survival.
Duck hunters, including myself, love to tell stories about hitting the migration just right and limiting out. However, that’s not always reality. Duck hunting is hard work, and birds on a strap are only part of the experience. The real story is one of trial and error, broken gear, and a life of learning all things waterfowl. Of course, we all want to go home with some birds, but limits aren’t what keep duck hunting alive, and that’s what I’m going to talk about.- Sean Weaver
This gear is waterproof and tough enough to wear into the blind, use as a dog bed all day, then throw back on and get home warm and dry. I even packed my frozen ducks home inside that parka and they stayed frozen for an easy 10 hours.- Ryan Callaghan
We haven't held back one bit this season. From conservation stories to videos of mallards fluttering over the blocks, there's something for every waterfowler here.- Sean Weaver