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Critical Waterfowl Gear

For more enjoyable — and safer — waterfowl adventures, be sure to anticipate what gear you'll need ahead of time.

When I was a kid hunting waterfowl in the 1970s, very little gear was available compared to today. Sure, it would have been nice to have a propane heater in the blind instead of a metal bucket of briquettes, and a camo duck hunting jacket with a warm liner and multiple pockets instead of a thin rubber slicker, and waterproof gloves that actually worked, but we got by with what we had; we didn’t know any different.

Today, waterfowl hunters have a lot of gear options, and what you choose will come down to personal needs and preference, as well as fitting that gear to where — and when — you’ll be hunting. An early season teal hunter in Texas, for example, will...

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