Icy Day Duck Hunting Tips

On this video discover ways to be successful when everything freezes up! It could be the best hunting days of your season.

Icy Day Duck Hunting Tips

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19 thoughts on “Icy Day Duck Hunting Tips

  1. Jason Velasquez says:

    We break up ice at the ramp w trailer/ boat, then adjust/trim the motor, 1/8 or light throttle….that's your ice eater to open the ramp. Break ice 2-3" on the way out, then same as above ( bow on bank) when we get to our spot. Duckwater Bay 18'

  2. Patrick Foegen says:

    I live to hunt late season iced up conditions. Safety first. My lab left the boat after a duck and got trapped under the ice. I could see her and dove in. Saved her but almost drown then almost froze getting back to land.

  3. Justin Zurn says:

    When everything freezes here in Missouri we head to the river always ends up bein or best hunts of the year both ducks and honkers. Scratched out our teal limits in ten minutes for the opener. Remember boys scouting is the key to whackin these things!

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