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American Waterfowler Magazine

(0 Customer Reviews)   |     Write Review 6 issues per year 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.

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American Waterfowler  |  Volume VII, Issue V  


Honoring the can-do spirit, American Waterfowler’s stirring November issue takes you on a frigid road hunt for mallards and geese with Editor Jay Strangis, then follows David Rearick into uncharted corners of the North American landscape on a quest for the ultimate “Fowlventure.” Stung with bad luck, Jack Hirt confirms that despite obstacles, some great shoots are simply “Meant To Be,” and John Gribb tells the touching tale of his 20-year relationship with a goose field.

Have trouble finding the real “X”? So did Gary Zahm until his trials and errors brought him to an awakening. Ever try to call in a band number from the blind? Bucky D'Agostino did, but his call was interrupted by two more banded birds!

AW also offers a detailed look at who’s shooting the most ducks in the U.S. a scaup dustup in Arkansas, a primer on teal, help with dog “recall” and a “Smart Money” recommendation for a bucket-list swan hunt. Finally, if you love having a kick-butt duck load but don’t want to pay a fortune for it, Tom Roster offers four tested reload recipes for Hevi-Shot tungsten pellets. There’s more!

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American Waterfowler   |   Volume VII, Issue V   


Honoring the can-do spirit, American Waterfowler’s stirring November issue takes you on a frigid road hunt for mallards and geese with Editor Jay Strangis, then follows David Rearick into uncharted corners of the North American landscape on a quest for the ultimate “Fowlventure.” Stung with bad luck, Jack Hirt confirms that despite obstacles, some great shoots are simply “Meant To Be,” and John Gribb tells the touching tale of his 20-year relationship with a goose field.

Have trouble finding the real “X”? So did Gary Zahm until his trials and errors brought him to an awakening. Ever try to call in a band number from the blind? Bucky D'Agostino did, but his call was interrupted by two more banded birds!

AW also offers a detailed look at who’s shooting the most ducks in the U.S. a scaup dustup in Arkansas, a primer on teal, help with dog “recall” and a “Smart Money” recommendation for a bucket-list swan hunt. Finally, if you love having a kick-butt duck load but don’t want to pay a fortune for it, Tom Roster offers four tested reload recipes for Hevi-Shot tungsten pellets. There’s more!

As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your door each month
  You'll never miss an issue
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year American Waterfowler magazine print subscription.
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