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Retriever Training: Pigeons on a String

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels explains how he uses live pigeons on a string to teach his retrievers basic obedience, steadiness and crucial hunting skills.

Retriever Training Tip: Maneuvering Decoys


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NSSF Shooting Tips: Lead versus Gun Speed

Waterfowlers face varying shot angles and speeds, but by controlling your gun speed you can improve your shooting no matter the shot. Learn how to control your firearm's speed.

Retriever Training: Shed hunting

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels explains how to get your retriever to find shed antlers.

RNT Tips: General Duck Calling

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, explains how to piece together a string of calls to create a sequence, or cadence.

Retriever Training: Using a lead in the blind

With Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels and Deke the DU Dog

Calling Tips: Hunting and calling from a pit blind

Field Hudnall explains how to call from a pit blind.

DU-TV Better Waterfowling Tip: Preparing for a Hunting Trip

Wade Bourne offers some tips for preparing for a hutning trip. There's a long list of must-have items for any hunting trip, and Bourne explains the reasons why you will need maps, GPS, regulatiosn books, and much more.

DU-TV Tip: Preparing for a Hunting Trip

Wade Bourne offers some tips for preparing for a hutning trip. There's a long list of must-have items for any hunting trip, and Bourne explains the reasons why you will need maps, GPS, regulatiosn books, and much more.

DU-TV Tip: Utilizing Goose Flags

Wade Bourne offers several techniques and tactics for flagging geese.

Retriever Training: Finding birds deep in the woods

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels demonstrates retriever training tips for your dog. Featuring Deke the DU Dog.

DU-TV Tip: Dressing for the Conditions

Wade Bourne explains how to properly dress for waterfowling conditions.

RNT Tips: Fast Feed Call

Butch Richenback, founder of RNT Calls, teaches how to speed up your feeding call. Learn the basic feed call, all the way to a more advanced feeding chuckle.

Blue-winged teal tactics

Mike Checkett, Ducks Unlimited Communications Specialist, demonstrates how to mimic the sound of a bluewing teal using both a bluewing teal call and a mallard hen call.

DU-TV Tip: Shoot Decoying Birds

DU-TV's Wade Bourne identifies the best tactics for shooting decoying ducks from several angles, and how to practice these shots at the range.

Retriever Training: Maneuver Your Retriever through Decoys

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels provides tips for maneuvering decoys.

DU-TV Tip: Diver Decoy System

DU-TV's Wade Bourne explains the details of a particular diver decoy spread used on the show. Learn how to create an ideal diver decoy spread.

Duck Calling Video: Change the Speed

Founder of RNT Calls, Butch Richenback, provides a tutorial on how to change speeds within your quacks. Utilizing a cadence and changing it slighty to adapt to different situations will help your duck calling.

Retriever Training Tip: Inside, off-season with Deke

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels shows how and why you need to reinforce retrieving, even indoors this spring and summer. Deke the DU dog retrieves hats, gloves and a cooler in this segment.

Tips to Shoot Quality Retriever Photos

Shooting quality retriever images takes knowledge, skill and cooperation between dog and photographer.

Duck Calling Video: Listen to the Caller

John Stephens, president of RNT calls, explains why you should listen to the caller, rather than looking for the ducks.

How to Make a Jerk Cord for Decoys

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, explains how to make and use a jerk cord.

Duck Calling Video: Purchasing a Duck Call

Butch Richenback, RNT Calls founder, provides insights on how he would select a duck call.

Duck Calling Video: Add a Quack into a Feed Call

Butch Richenback, RNT Calls founder, explains how to add a quack into your feed call.

RNT Tips: Timber Hunting Tactics

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer describes how he chooses a hole when he is hunting flooding timber.

Retriever Training: Working an Elevated Stand

Mike Stewart, Wildrose Kennels, uses Deke the DU Dog, to explain how to train your retriever on an elevated stand.

Duck Calling Video: Call to a Duck's Reaction

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, describes how varying your calling techniques based on the ducks' body language will improve your calling success.

Duck Calling Video: Learn Slow

Butch Richenback, RNT Calls founder, takes you step-by-step on learning to call ducks. Learning slow, and piecing individual segments together, will allow you to learn to be a better caller.

Duck Calling Video: Calling with Rhythm

Butch Richenback, RNT Calls founder, describes how to pull your ducks calls into a rhythm.

Duck Calling Video: Calling at Ducks

Calling at ducks, rather than to ducks

Duck Calling Video: General Duck Calling

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, explains how to piece together a string of calls to create a sequence, or cadence.

Retriever Training: Facing Distractions

Mike Stewart, Wildrose Kennels, explains how to keep your retriever's focus when facing distractions in the field. This training techinque is something that can be done any time of year and in any situation.

Finding the Easiest Approach

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer explains how ducks will follow the easiest approach into the decoys. Setting your decoys along the easiest approach will help ducks commit to your decoys.

Duck Calling Video: Learn Locations

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer explains that when communicating with ducks, no matter your situation, the location of where you are calling them is the most important aspect. Understanding the basics of calling ducks will improve your success on every hunt.

Retriever Training: Working a Lower Stand

Mike Stewart, Wildrose Kennels, explains how to get your retriever ready to hunt a dog stand, beginning with a lower-level stand.

Duck Calling Video: Learn Single Quacks

Butch Richenback, founder of RNT Calls, explains how duck callers can begin by learning the single quack. Starting with the basics will lead into more advanced duck calling.

Duck Calling Video: Let off the call

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, provides insight on how to finish ducks by letting off the call. Backing off your calling as ducks approach offers them the opportunity to come into your decoys.

Tips to bring your decoy spread to life

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, describes how you can utlize a jerk string to bring your decoy spread to life with exceptional movement.

Duck Calling Video: Learn the feed call

Butch Richenback, founder of RNT Calls, explains the fundemental steps of learning how to master the feed call.

RNT Tips: Stop Calling

Jim Ronquest, RNT-V producer, explains that sometimes it's better to quit calling and reach for a jerk string. Putting the emphasis on movement in the decoys, rather than calling, could separate you from everyone else.

Antonio Jones Duck Calling Routine

Antonio Jones, from Little Rock, Ark., and Rich-N-Tone Pro Staff member, goes through his routine following the Kansas City Cabelas Open Duck Calling contest. Jones won the $10,000 first place prize.

Shooting Tip: Panic Avoidance

Utilize the off-season to fix simple mistakes made when shooting in the duck blind. Gary Goodpaster of Collierville, Tenn., offers some tips to stay calm and cool in the blind to improve your shot and fill your bag this season.

Video Tip: Training in the Heat

Mike Stewart of Wildrose Kennels explains a few precautions to take when working with your retriever on hot summer days.

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Retriever Training Video Tips

Mike Stewart, owner of Wildrose Kennels in Oxford, Mississippi, demonstrates retriever training tips in this video series starring Deke the DU Dog.

Video Tips for the Duck Blind

Boost the quality of your video footage from amateur to professional

Duck Calling Video: The Feeding Chuckle

Wade Bourne demonstrates and explains the feeding chuckle, a sometimes touchy calling technique that takes time to master.
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