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Perfect places for clays practice

Legendary football coach Vince Lombardi said, “Practice does not make perfect. Only perfect practice makes perfect.” That may be true if you are trying to win the Super Bowl, but if you are a shooter looking to improve your aim for hunting season, any practice is better than none. Louisiana hunters are fortunate to have a wide range of attractive options for brushing up on their shooting skills. Skeet ranges, sporting clay course and just regular skeet throwers all give hunters ample opportunity to sharpen their skills.

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August 15 at 7:00 am
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Two southeast La. WMAs expand, gain duck-hunting wetlands

The Louisiana Wildlife and Fisheries Commission on Thursday approved resolutions that will add more than 1,900 acres of waterfowl wetlands to two wildlife management areas in the southeastern part of the state.

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August 04 at 9:17 am
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Avian-X Topflight Preener/Sleeper mallard

Want to show the ducks a better spread this fall? Add a six-pack of Topflight Sleeper/Preeners created by world-famous carver Rick Johannsen. They perfectly mimic sleeping and preening mallards drakes and hens. Three of each will set you back $79.99.

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August 01 at 7:00 am
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Get ready, get set, go for teal! Part 1

Louisiana’s first-ever Friday opening day for hunting teal is September 15. You’ll probably have the blind and decoys ready early. You’ll be working your retriever, cleaning your shotgun and stocking up on supplies. Everything will be ready. 

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August 01 at 7:00 am
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LDWF waterfowl news: Reynolds talks 2017-18 season dates, pintail limits and Venice roseau cane worries

Outdoorsmen might be focused right now on spawning specks, big redfish, lunker bass and sac-a-lait slabs, but when those first cool fronts start teasing us after the dog days of summer, teal will once again take center stage.

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April 26 at 9:49 pm
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Delta Waterfowl: Duck hunter numbers in decline nationwide

Despite booming waterfowl populations in recent years, the number of duck hunters nationwide — and in Louisiana — has been in a steady decline, according to an online report.

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March 30 at 1:09 pm
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Gatortail Mod v series

While Gatortail made its name in the shallow water market, they now have a series that caters to open water and tight timber performance. The Mod V Series boasts a pointed bow and v-shaped front into its hull which allows for a bit more comfort when crossing open water and choppy seas. The Mod V also still performs in shallow water and mud and pairs wonderfully with Gatortail’s 37HP EFI Engine. This series is a great option for the serious duck hunter who wants to use his surface drive boat to double up as a fishing boat as well.

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March 01 at 10:11 am
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Video: Training tips to get your dog ready for next season

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During the waterfowl season, many habits — both good and bad — are formed by hunters and dogs alike. 

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February 20 at 1:50 pm
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