Steve Rinella, Zach Sandau, Matt Seidel, and Eric Siegfried compete to see who can give the hottest tip. Topics covered include duck blind placement, gear prep, finding elk, and stabilizing binoculars.
After my first time hunting mallards from an A-frame blind, I knew I wanted one. It was easy to shoot from, there was space for storage, and it was just damn comfortable. And the most important part: The ducks had no idea we were there.
A-frames are the choice for duck hunting parties that don’t want to be cramped in layout blinds. These vertical blinds allow you to take seated or standing shots, better watch for incoming birds, and make better...
Blind \ˈblīnd \
A blind is useful for cover and concealment used while hunting. It can be used for deer, turkeys, or other species of pursuit. Kenyon: “I made a blind myself as a kid with ski poles and camo fabric.”
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This week on the show, Jason Phelps is joined by Alex Yerges of Pacific Calls. They dive deep into duck calls, duck call history, and duck hunting strategies. Big game season is all but over, but there's still plenty of time to get after ducks this season. Join Jason and Alex as they discuss the nuances of hunting and calling waterfowl.
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