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How to Hunt the Wood Duck Magic Hour

Photo by Donald M. Jones A gorgeous drake wood duck comes in for a landing. Five wood-duck decoys, a spinner, a bucket, and a gun aren’t much to carry, but that’s all I need to shoot the wood-duck roost. All I’m missing is the most important thing: clouds. If this clear sky holds, I’ll sit until shooting hours end at sunset and unload my gun, and only then, as I retrieve my spread, will the ducks appear.
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