The #1 Situation When You DON'T Need a Duck Call.. + Maryland Duck Hunting Report
I'm sure this will spark some debate but that's why we're here.
I had the pleasure of interview "Captain Pete" who has had the pleasure the last few days of shooting 18 different species of ducks.
That's pretty cool and presents a very unique opportunity because of where he lives, guides and hunts.
His environment is challenging in itself because he hunts the coastal line out in the middle of the ocean.
You're dealing with swells that rock your boat, tides, current, virtually zero cover, no duck calls and unpredictable weather, all while trying to hit a very smart, very small target that is also moving.
It's a kind of challenge we as hunters live for. The way Captain Pete describes it makes me want to try it and because it's something I've never done.
It might just be the most challenging way to duck hunt...
We talk about all of it and more on today's episode of "Knee Deep in the Duck Blind".
If you ever been curious about a new and challenging duck hunt, you'll want to tune in and listen intently.
Here's a quick overview....
- The top reason duck calls don't work to hunt sea ducks...(@1:25 )
- Why Local Knowledge is Vital To Hunting Sea Ducks & How To Close The Gap On Them... (@5:57 )
- The most challenging duck to hunt in the northern hemisphere...(@7:10 )
Special thanks to Captain Pete with DuckGuide.com for the great chat. If you wanna book a hunt with him up you can find him on DuckGuide.com.
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