Should we help others be better duck hunters? Why is duck hunting such a big competition? On this video Joel ‘gets on his soap-box’ and talks about why we should help one another.
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In the past 15-20 years many guys took up duck hunting who didn’t have a mentor and just tried to figure it out on their own. As a result we have a lot of shooters and less people skilled at getting birds close. If we can share hunting tips and ethics with others, we can make the sport better for everyone! Watch this video and find out how you can be a part of the solution.
Joel Strickland (@mrproducersir) is a lifelong waterfowler, duck hunting guide and producer/director in the film and television industry.
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Many of you have asked what duck hunting channels we enjoy watching. Here are a few:
Freelance Duck Hunting
Mid Valley Mercenaries
Cherry Creek Outdoors
Duck Gun Chronicles