THE ULTIMATE GUIDE TO CALLING & DECOYING WATERFOWL: TIPS & TACTICS FOR HUNTING DUCKS & GEESEby: Monte Burch
No waterfowl hunter can do without this complete, up-to-date guidebook. Time-tested tips, techniques, & tactics. Types of calls to use, & when; how to select decoys; & how to use them according to the breed & environment. B&W photos & illus.; 6×9 inches, 224 pgs.
Both the beginning and the experienced hunter will learn from Monte Burch’s decades of experience calling waterfowl. With time-tested tips, techniques, and tactics, Burch teaches you how to become an effective and successful waterfowl hunter. Important hunting information is also provided by professional guides and calling experts, including some national calling champions.
Covered in this guide are the types of calls to use, and when; how to select decoys; and how to use them according to the breed and environment. Detailed step-by-step instructions are given on producing the various sounds to attracall varieties of waterfowl. Dozens of illustrations provide information on all types of decoy rigging, as well as specific sets for ducks and geese in all types of waters and wind directions.
Calling and decoying advice is provided for all the different stages of the waterfowl season, including early teal, early waterfowl, midseason waterfowling, and last-minute, late-season hunting. Spring snow-goose hunting is also described in detail. As a bonus, chapters also provide information on blinds, boats, guns, loads, and accessories.
Simply put, this is the final word on calling waterfowl, from an established expert in the field.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Monte Burch has been writing about the outdoors for four decades. He has written thousands of magazine articles and more than fifty books—including The Field and Stream All-Terrain Vehicle Handbook; Field Dressing and Butchering Upland Birds, Waterfowl, and Wild Turkeys; Field Dressing and Butchering Deer; and Field Dressing and Butchering Big Game. He lives in Missouri.
Publisher: NATIONAL BOOK NETWORK
Publish Date: 09-13-2004