Tips for scouting waterfowl hunting spots

So much of waterfowl hunting success stems from scouting.

The only real way to attempt to stack the odds in your favor is to have an intimate knowledge of the types of birds that are in the area and the ways in which they use the land and water around them.

Since geese and ducks are migratory birds, this can require a significant amount of effort.

Here are some tips for getting the most out of your scouting sessions.

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Nathan Woelfel Outdoors Podcast – Episode 33: The Wisconsin Waterfowl Association

It’s Episode 33 of The Nathan Woelfel Outdoors Podcast!

I’m joined by Bruce Ross, executive director, and Todd Schaller, volunteer vice president, of the Wisconsin Waterfowl Association to help get ready for hunting season. 

We discuss everything from the WWA’s mission, their upcoming Waterfowl Hunters Expo, R3, waterfowl survey results, and the prospects of a future sandhill crane hunt in Wisconsin. 

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