OUR REALIZATION: Joey and I were having a conversation the other day about when we really got into calling. We talked about the different strategies we had for practice and what made us fall in love with learning to call as much like ducks and geese as we could. Throughout the conversation, we sort of […]
After learning how to honk with a goose call, the cluck is the next step in becoming a great goose caller. This is how it’s done: 1). If you have the honk down, shorten it up. The cluck is the most important note period. Instead of putting the moan in front of the cluck, like […]
Where to Start When selecting a size of shot for duck hunting there are different factors that come into play. The best way to start making decision is to understand that inside each shell is a different amount and size of BB’s. Bigger shot size=more BB’s of smaller size. Small shot size=less BB’s but bigger […]
When you want to have a good hunt the when and there where are important. Here are some pointers that we laid out for you when finding that when and where.
At Midwest Flyways we are committed to providing an in depth look at any type of product our fellow duck hunters might be using. Aside from the gun you use, chest waders are probably one of the most recognizable items in a duck hunter’s arsenal. I am a veteran when it comes to waders. I put each pair […]
The Backstory Cal grew up playing football at a young age before his time at Armstrong High School. At Armstrong, Cal was an All-Metro selection for football as well as a team captain and a driven leader on and off the field. Leaving high school, his dream was to play football at the highest levels […]
Step 1: Monofilament Line Take your monofilament line (we use 400lb) or whatever line you use and cut it to length. Step 2: Crimp a Loop Slide a crimp onto the line and create a loop that you can use to attach the decoy to your carabiner. Make sure there isn’t any excess that can get caught […]