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American Waterfowler

Volume VII, Issue I

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Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!
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American Waterfowler

Volume VII, Issue I

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Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!
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American Waterfowler

Volume VII, Issue I

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Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!

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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.

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Issue Cover American Waterfowler   |   Volume VII, Issue I   

Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!
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Issue Cover American Waterfowler   |   Volume VII, Issue I   

Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!
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You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year American Waterfowler magazine subscription.

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Issue Cover American Waterfowler   |   Volume VII, Issue I   

Few can fully explain the hunting season just finished, but American Waterfowler digs in with reports from hunters in every flyway in this issue.
Our 2016 Boats Buyer’s Guide features 10 new duck machines just made for fowl places. In our Shotguns column, Jarrod Spilger gives tips for setting up the perfect snow goose shotgun“rig,” Michael Hungle confirms that expertly “calling the shot” is pivotal to successful hunting. And Robert Milner advises on our toughest job: Picking a puppy!
In our Hunt Book section, we take a closer look at bluebills. Smart Money focuses on public hunting in North Carolina while Marsh Notes covers the Malheur Refuge takeover as well as the newly announced 2016 waterfowl seasons and liberal limit framework.
Finally, don't’ miss the great hunting features! Editor Jay Strangis scrapes through the first half of the 2015 season, David Rearick takes us on a quest for 41 waterfowl species, Ron Peach ponders common hunting mishaps and Darrel Deuel confirms that for hunters, the good ol’ days are now!
As a subscriber you'll receive the following benefits:

  A discount off the RRP of your magazine
  Your magazine delivered to your device each month
  You'll never miss an issue
  You’re protected from price rises that may happen later in the year

You'll receive 6 issues during a 1 year American Waterfowler magazine subscription.

Note: Digital editions do not include the covermount items or supplements you would find with printed copies.
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