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 […]
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At Midwest Flyways we are committed to providing an in depth look at any type of product our fellow duck hunters might be using. We have looked at calls, gear, decoys, and lots of other things. Yet, as many serious hunters know, one of the most important parts of being a duck hunter is scouting. And when we scout we […]
This article is to help young hunters who are just getting into the duck hunting and don’t want to go through the trial and error of cleaning birds the wrong way. Hopefully this article/ video helps you not go through some of the nightmares I’ve encountered while cleaning my ducks and geese. STEP 1) De-Feather […]
Keep practicing and let us know if you have any questions! Nov 7, 2016Conor Olstad
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 […]
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This article is also in video form and can be found here I’ve had my M2 for about a month now and I gotta say, I straight up love it. We’ll see how it stacks up in the first season, but from what I have read, I think it will be able to handle the […]