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Buckshot Bonanza • Duck Hunting Flooded Rice in Arkansas
The guides at Buckshot Duck Lodge treat hunters to the sights of the rites of fall every year and occasionally they get to do a little shooting themselves. The good times they share and the memories they make on just such an afternoon come together for a great episode of television.
Along our hemisphere's high latitudes, in the middle of Canada's Sub-Arctic Plain, geese flock by the thousands in an aerial river of life that is majestic to behold. At Buck Paradise Outfitters, hunters greet the fall flocks with a wide-eyed awe and gain a new appreciation for our continent's wi...
Night and Day • Arkansas and Texas Timber Duck Hunts
Tom Matthews of Avery Outdoors hunts oxbox ducks along the Mississippi River. Then, Mossy Oak's Lannie Wallace and others demonstrate the art and science of concealment in standing timber as they hunt ducks in Texas.
The 12/20 Goose Shoot is an annual event in Manitoba, Canada that brings a small town and friends from around the world together for a friendly competition in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway. Competitors have 20 shells to kill 12 geese.
Sky’s the Limit • Golf Pros Go Pheasant Hunting with Dogs
Don Pooley, Morris Hatalsky and Dave Stockton join forces at Sutton Bay for a pheasant hunt that none of them will soon forget. Don spends some family time in the field with his brother, while Dave shows hunting-newcomer Morris a few tricks of the wingshooting trade.