Waterfowl Hunting: Long December – Fowled Reality


The December 2014 weather made for some tough waterfowl hunting. Unseasonably warm and cloudy conditions combined with a large early November migration made for stale ducks and geese. A lot of birds had made their way near their wintering grounds, but with no active weather to force them to move, many days hunting were spent watching nearly empty skies.

Times like this are a part of chasing ducks and geese. There is always a down point to every waterfowl season and the month of December was it for the 2014-2015 season. You have to make the best of the times and stay at it until the weather finally breaks.

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Bow Hunting: Sticking A Pig


Bow Hunting wild hogs with the www.GrowingDeer.tv team in south Florida! Grant arrows two pigs with his new Rival Bow with great penetration from the Havoc broadheads. Check out the tips on how to process a hog at mark 5:46. Following the hunt Grant visits with a South Carolina landowner to give suggestions on how to improve his deer hunting property (begin 7:15). They talk about food plots, pine stands, timber stand improvement (TSI), native browse, and over browse as there isn’t enough food to go around.
Once you’ve watched the episode check out the main website at www.GrowingDeer.tv for more great information useful for all deer hunters. If you are on facebook — join the conversation and share photos on Dr. Grant Woods page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Grant-Woods/260242857400 or Twitter: @GrowingDeer

Alberta Pea Field Duck Hunting – Fowled Reality


Duck hunters dream of hunting in Canada. It’s the breeding grounds for waterfowl, birds are abundant, and they haven’t received much hunting pressure yet. Farming practices are much different than here in the US which has both positives and negatives.

Our first duck hunt of 2015 took place in eastern Alberta in mid-October. We hunted a pea field that had thousands of all species of waterfowl in it leading up to the hunt. It made for a spectacle of ducks and geese at first light which left us constantly switching calls depending upon the species of birds that was looking the best. Pea fields are cut short and the hide was limited, but the Hard Core Run N Gunners gave us a chance to get hidden thanks to their low profile build.

The end result was an awesome first hunt in Alberta shooting both ducks and geese.

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