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Military Waterfowlers' Day - November 12, 2011

In honor of our soldiers that have given so much, and as our small way of saying thanks, has co-founded a special waterfowling day to recognize the fine men and women of all branches of the military.

We have designated the first Saturday following Veterans' Day of each year as Military Waterfowlers' Day™.

We encourage all active duty, reserve, and retired military personnel that have an interest in duck or goose hunting to head to the field, water, or marsh on this day.

If you find yourself unable to participate due to a schedule conflict with your current duties, we encourage you to send your thoughts of support to your fellow warriors and hunters.

As a soldier, if you want to hunt on this day, and would appreciate the opportunity to hunt with another waterfowler, either with or without a military background, then drop us note.

Or if you are in the position to offer a soldier either a duck or goose hunt, then contact us too. hopes to see as many military waterfowlers in the field as possible, and looks forward to everyone having a great time.

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