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Bring Old Decoys Back to Life

Spruce up your spread now for better hunting this fall

Worn-out decoys can ruin an otherwise good waterfowl hunt. After all, when ducks and geese lock up and drop toward your spread, it's because they believe your decoys are the real thing.

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Late-Season Decoy Spreads
Overcoming the challenges of winter waterfowling requires both realism and creativity.






Seven Tactics for Hunting Public Ducks
The author shares his secrets for hunting public waterfowling areas



Waterfowler's Notebook: Hunting Small-Water Divers
Going small for diving ducks can yield big results









November Gear Guide: Goose Decoys
New styles and models for 2012-2013 goose season









Retriever Training: Maneuver Your Retriever through Decoys
Introduce your dog to decoys before the first hunt






Bring Old Decoys Back to Life
Spruce up your spread now for better hunting this fall



Get Ready for Duck Hunting Season
Check out this collection of articles to help you prepare for opening day



Five Small Spreads for Ducks
Here's how to make the most of a limited number of decoys in five common waterfowl habitats



How to Make a Jerk Cord for Decoys
Jim Ronquest explains how to make and use a jerk cord



Create a Mixed-Species Decoy Spread
Using a variety of decoys will give your rig a more natural look



Fall Snow Geese
The sound of snow geese migrating south is the quintessential sound of fall



Finding the Easiest Approach
Setting your decoys along the easiest approach will help ducks commit to your decoys



Tips to bring your decoy spread to life
Use a jerk string to bring your decoy spread to life



Secrets for Early Geese
10 tips from the Avery Pro Staff


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