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Melissa Bachman

TIPS TO MAKE THIS YOUR FINEST FOWL SEASON EVER


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¬†When it comes to planning and preparing for a fall of waterfowl hunting, there are a few tips that you can do to help deliver the finest fowl season yet! Quality decoys- Just like turkey or deer decoys, waterfowl decoys can make a huge difference on the overall success of a setup. Quality decoys may […]

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Melissa Bachman

WINCHESTER BLIND SIDE AND EARLY GOOSE SEASON


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One hunt that I look forward to year after year come September is the start of early season goose season. Growing up in Minnesota my family spent a lot of time waterfowl hunting so this has always been one of the first hunts of the season. Although I don’t get much time to hunt with […]

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Hex Shot – The Secret Behind Winchester Blind Side Ammo


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Passionate about hunting from childhood, Melissa Bachman of Winchester Deadly Passion doesn’t go waterfowl hunting without Winchester Blind Side. Watch to learn why.

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Advancements in Waterfowl Ammunition Put More Fowl in the Bag


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Winchester’s Blind Side Ammunition is certainly revolutionary, and will put more ducks and geese in your bag this fall. Head with Melissa Bachman to Canada to learn a bit more about this innovative ammunition and all that goes into it. Pretty amazing stuff. Get down…get down!

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Benny Spies talks Blindside


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Host of Gun it, Benny Spies stopped by the Winchester booth to tell us about one of his many hunting trips and how Blindside is the ammunition to use while out hunting the birds. BOOM BOOM, BOOM BOOM.

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Blind Side In The Late Season


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With duck seasons winding down and late season goose hunters still crouching in their pits and at the ready in their layout blinds, one thing is certain, waterfowl by this time of year have heard just about every call and seen every kind of decoy. Birds are wary and slow to drop into your spread, […]

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