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September 15, 2014

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The purpose of this board is to provide a platform for further discussions about the Field Etiquette HuntGuide. Our hope is that these interactions with other duck and goose hunters will help you hone your game and increase the success of your hunts, as well as help to improve the quality of duck and goose hunting for all. Learn more about the Field Etiquette HuntGuide here.

Scouting,its the key!

Scouting,its the key!

Weather your planning your next hunt on public or private property scouting is the key to success.Careful scouting will not only allow you to pinpoint bird locations but it will also give you a back up just in case another group of hunters got out of bed earlier then you. This can save your hunt and also help avoid any conflicts with other hunters. I tend to scout more then I hunt and so do my partners. This is one of the major reasons for the success rates that we enjoy.

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Re: Scouting,its the key!

That is some great advice.

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