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UNDERSTANDING SHOT SIZES FOR DUCKS AND GEESE


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When it comes to choosing the right load and shot size when waterfowling, there are huge differences between shooting incoming early season teal and pass shooting wary geese in January. Not only are distances away from the shooter and speed of the targets factors a hunter must consider, but having the right shot size for […]

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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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EARLY GOOSE SEASON TIPS


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It was little more than 20 years ago that the Atlantic Flyway was closed down temporarily to Canada goose hunting because it was feared their numbers were too low. It didn’t stay closed long and for good reason. The Canada goose population in the East and across the rest of its migratory range has exploded. […]

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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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5 Tips for Shooting More Waterfowl


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Since 1886, Winchester has been making shotshells that have helped hunters fill their limit on waterfowl anytime the ducks and geese are flying. From the early days of capturing the latest innovations to make shells better (think smokeless powders and later plastic hulls) to the modern wonder, BlindSide, which utilizes stacked hexadhedron-shaped steel shot and […]

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