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American Waterfowler Magazine Volume V, Issue I Back Issue

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A look back at the memorable 2013-14 season where waterfowlers enjoyed the best of times and the worst of times. What marked the year; once again; was a lack of a classic low-pressure weather event that usually corresponds with mass migrations. True; there were some good; even notable pushes of birds; but major storm systems did not account for these movements—cold weather did—all good for waterfowlers on the receiving end of bird movement; not so good for those on the upper reaches of flyways where water was hard. Of course; none of this seemed to help the Pacific Flyway much; where dry; high pressure dominated. Read more….
In “Boats Guide” we detail specs on the best models being made for today’s waterfowlers. In our Shotguns column we assess recoil on the most popular guns. In Shotshells Tom Roster explores the real versus perceived benefits of longer load length and in our Decoying column; Michael Hungle suggests that designating a “setup leader” will lead to better decoy spreads. A full range of hunting feature stories follows…
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American Waterfowler

Volume V, Issue I A look back at the memorable 2013-14 season where waterfowlers enjoyed the best of times and the worst of times. What marked the year; once again; was a lack of a classic low-pressure weather event that usually corresponds with mass migrations. True; there were some good; even notable pushes of birds; but major storm systems did not account for these movements—cold weather did—all good for waterfowlers on the receiving end of bird movement; not so good for those on the upper reaches of flyways where water was hard. Of course; none of this seemed to help the Pacific Flyway much; where dry; high pressure dominated. Read more…. In “Boats Guide” we detail specs on the best models being made for today’s waterfowlers. In our Shotguns column we assess recoil on the most popular guns. In Shotshells Tom Roster explores the real versus perceived benefits of longer load length and in our Decoying column; Michael Hungle suggests that designating a “setup leader” will lead to better decoy spreads. A full range of hunting feature stories follows…


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A look back at the memorable 2013-14 season where waterfowlers enjoyed the best of times and the worst of times. What marked the year; once again; was a lack of a classic low-pressure weather event that usually corresponds with mass migrations. True; there were some good; even notable pushes of birds; but major storm systems did not account for these movements—cold weather did—all good for waterfowlers on the receiving end of bird movement; not so good for those on the upper reaches of flyways where water was hard. Of course; none of this seemed to help the Pacific Flyway much; where dry; high pressure dominated. Read more….
In “Boats Guide” we detail specs on the best models being made for today’s waterfowlers. In our Shotguns column we assess recoil on the most popular guns. In Shotshells Tom Roster explores the real versus perceived benefits of longer load length and in our Decoying column; Michael Hungle suggests that designating a “setup leader” will lead to better decoy spreads. A full range of hunting feature stories follows…
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American Waterfowler stands alone as the bible of contemporary waterfowl hunting while paying homage to the deep traditions and exalted past of the marsh gunners and all their trappings.

American Waterfowler focuses on fi nding solutions for the common problems hunters face. Within dedicated columns such as Duck Dogs, Shotguns, Shotshells, Decoying, Flyway Watch, Smart Money, Marsh Notes and Tried And Tested, experts whose passions reside at the heart of the waterfowling industry share their knowledge and experience, making American Waterfowler THE magazine for waterfowlers both young and old.

Overcoming the challenges of weather, water, mud, decoying birds, dog handling, proper guns and loads and getting to the birds owes much to the brilliant products manufacturers have brought to bear, and the remarkable destinations provided by guides and outfi tters. American Waterfowler answers the call for a dedicated duck and goose hunting magazine to lead fowlers into the new era, while carrying on the rich traditions gained in a century of American waterfowling.

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Great magazine!!!

One of the few magazines left that actually tells the story of the hunt like the great hunting & fishing magazines of the 60's and 70's.. Experienced waterfowlers don't want to read a generic how-to articles that are so basic only new hunters would learn anything from them. Those are the articles that are so prevalent in all the current hunting magazines. They want to read what other waterfowlers are doing across the country. How they are hunting and what tricks they are using in their daily hunts. American Waterfowler does exactly that. Keep it up. Reviewed 02 April 2022

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