Pages

Friday, February 1, 2013

When just one duck is enough - a column in Shotgun Life

Photo courtesy of Joe Navari
Restraint isn't one of my strong suits, especially not when it comes to duck hunting.

But this duck season, I learned that one is enough - and far more rewarding than I could've imagined.

Check out why in my latest column in Shotgun Life.

© Holly A. Heyser 2013

5 comments:

  1. Duck hunting itself is messy because of the condition of the hunting environment, but I have to admit that the trophy is worth the troubles. Good catch, by the way. Find the best waterfowl shotgun here: http://wildernessmastery.com/hunting/best-waterfowl-shotgun.html

    ReplyDelete
  2. The Goblin Shark is extremely rare, and very bizarre in appearance, and thought to survive from prehistoric times. The shark holds timeless fascination for us, because of its strength, and what a fearsome predator it is. https://eshunting.wordpress.com/

    ReplyDelete
  3. Hunting elk has never been considered an easy task but bow hunting elk can offer that highest level of challenge that many hunters are looking for. huntingmastery

    ReplyDelete