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A Basic Guide to Hunting Canvasback Ducks

Photo by Steve Oehlenschlager/Alamy The King: A preening drake canvasback shows off his colors. Canvasbacks numbers are steadily climbing across the nation, putting the big duck on many hunters’ bucket lists. Here’s how to get yours He’s big. He’s brutish. He’s ruggedly handsome. If Clint Eastwood were a duck, he’d be a drake canvasback. Yeah, they’re both that cool.
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