duck hunting


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hunting ducks

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Raised in Fort Smith, my dad wasn't exposed much, if any, to duck hunting by my grandfather.
What follows are the experiences of six Arkansas business executives as they shared with us their love for duck hunting.
Even in recent years as the popularity of duck hunting has surged, miles of the West Coast won't experience the echo of a 12-gauge.
I'd chosen North Carolina thinking that in the world of duck hunting, it would be comparatively warm.
Coming off a more than satisfactory duck season and hoping for another, we are proud to present the fifth annual edition of Greenhead, The Arkansas Duck Hunting Magazine.
I spoke yesterday with Adam Smith, the dean of Massachusetts sea duck hunting guides, to get his take on the tragedy.
Mississippi residents consider duck hunting one of their most popular pastimes behind, obviously, deer hunting.
Due to the migration of geese and ducks in huge numbers northern Missouri is an ideal location for Missouri goose hunting and duck hunting.
Which singer and animal rights campaigner has cancelled an appearance on a US talk show as he would have shared the stage with stars of a reality show involving people in the duck hunting world?
Police say the 46-year-old Utah man was duck hunting with a friend when he climbed out of the boat to move decoys.
Sheriff's Deputy Kevin Potter said the 46-year-old man from the US state of Utah was duck hunting with a friend when he climbed out of the boat to move decoys.
A farmer who enjoyed duck hunting had a dog that was exceptionally effective in hunting down the ducks that were shot down.
They cared nothing about the traditions, ethics, and laws of duck hunting.
Vice President, duck hunting -- doesn't make it the enemy.
An Illinois appellate court ruled that, because a property owner's parcels of land were used only for duck hunting, they could not be classified as agricultural.