Tech-savvy or not, it's in every waterfowler's best interest to utilize the tools provided by organizations and companies this season. In this digital age, there are resources available to help you find anew place to hunt, shoot, and potentially help you bag more birds this season. The DU Newsletter Editorial Team has chosen several online tools to help you get your season started.
Public Access: U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Guide to Hunting on a National Wildlife Refuge
One of the largest concerns for waterfowl hunters is access. By doing a little research on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's national wildlife refuge access website, hunters may find quality waterfowl hunting. You can select the refuges in your state, and then select waterfowl hunting, and it will provide details for each refuge that allows waterfowl hunting.
Begin your search on our Waterfowl Migration Map
or the U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service guide