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How Not to Stay Warm While Waterfowl Hunting

Waterfowl hunting is fun, unless you’re freezing your butt off.

Here’s an example of what not to do if you are looking to stay warm on you next snow goose hunt.

Okay, so you’re probably not going waterfowl hunting in your skivvies, but the ad does offer a good way of concealing yourself from wary, hunter-wise snow geese.

Snow geese are overpopulated and are damaging their wintering grounds. Therefore, season lengths are liberal and bag limits are typically non-existent.

This waterfowl hunting bonanza has gotten many hunters on board the snow goose wagon, and rightfully so. The possibility of seeing thousands of birds in a day and shooting until your shoulder aches is not an opportunity that most diehard waterfowl hunters will pass up. It has also made the birds wary of shawdy blinds and decoy setups.

To remain concealed and avoid waterfowl hunting naked like the guy in the video, visit White Rock Decoys.

NEXT: Population Control: Hunting Snow Geese in Saskatchewan 

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How Not to Stay Warm While Waterfowl Hunting