March 2009 Waterfowl Gear Guide

There are some pieces of waterfowl gear that can be used all-year long, and this month, the E-newsletter editorial team has the following:

Whitewater DU Sherpa pullover

In situations where a heavy coat isn’t necessary, Whitewater’s DU Sherpa pullover can protect you from the elements while offering the flexibility and camouflage for every outdoor adventure.

•  1/4 front zip 
•  Cut from soft sherpa fleece 
•  100% Windblocker® protection 
•  Zippered chest pocket 
•  Lower zippered hand warmer pockets 
•  Elasticized waist
•  Fully reversible with interior/exterior pockets 
•  Colors: MAX-4

For more information, go to http://whitewateroutdoors.com/osc/index.php


 

 

Browning Silver Hunter, Semi-Auto Shotgun-B0989

Coming to a DU banquet near you!

The Browning Silver Hunter, Waterfowler’s Choice, is a limited edition Ducks Unlimited 12 gauge.  These guns can only be found at DU banquets across the country and are the only Browning shotguns ever to be made in Max-4 camouflage.

  •  12 gauge
  •  3.5” chamber, 28” vent rib barrel
  •  Exclusive DuraTouch finish technology
  •  The ONLY Browning featuring MAX-4 camo
  •  Adjustable composite stock
  •  Black rubber recoil pad
  •  Ducks Unlimited Logo on right side of receiver
  •  Gun lock, three choke tubes (IC, M, F) and wrench included


Avery® Quick Cutter™

Every hunter needs a ratchet-cutter from time to time.

Hunters alike know the value of trimming brush and branches to camouflage in that new blind or create the perfect shooting hole, and these Avery® anvil-style ratchet are just the ticket at a price that most can justify. The patented cushion grip and carbon steel blade are the perfect combination for getting the job done while not wearing out ones hand in the process. The Quick Cutters one-handed thumb lock and quick access belt sheath provide the safety and storage hunters look for before, during and after the season. Don’t be fooled the Avery® Quick Cutter can also be used to take care of those pesky yard chores that need to be done so that you can get back out in the woods.