These tips for duck hunting flooded timber are going to ensure you have the best season ever.
Duck hunting flooded timber is a great southern tradition which can get you on some great mallard hunting. Apply these tips from Rugged American Hunter and you can also have a banner year this waterfowling season.
Some good pointers from Mossberg that you may have not of considered. One that surprised me was setting up the spinning wing decoy on the edge of your hunting hole to give a more realistic duck lay-down of a landing area and activity; making for a more natural appearance.
Hunting flooded timber is a tactic that not only works in the south but will also work in more northern states; we just don’t often think of it. Next time you are hunting rivers or marshes look for these flooded timber areas and on your next outing give it a try. Pressured ducks love to find refuge in these spots and they are great areas to lie in ambush for those big mallards.