The morning dawned clear and calm. With the air temperature in the mid-30s to low 40s, it was just a typical January morning on Maryland’s Chester River. Philip Peacock and his hunting buddy, Kenny Carpenter, were set up near a shore blind that Peacock had built.
“I wanted to hunt out of my new boat blind instead of from the shore blind,” Peacock said. “The boat blind is easier to hunt out of and much more comfortable. We put out about eight dozen Greenhead Gear canvasback and bluebill decoys. About 40 minutes later, a nice group of birds showed up.”
The ducks turned out to be canvasbacks. When the shooting was over, Peacock had downed two hens...
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