Follow the migration with Fowled Reality as we film duck hunting videos all across the Mississippi and Central Flyways. We spend hours of scouting time for each hunt. Most of our duck hunting videos are shot on private land where we knock on doors and do our homework to gain access. It’s not always easy putting the pieces of the puzzle together, but it’s very rewarding to have it all comes together.

Waterfowl Hunting Video: “Full Circle”

The 2015 waterfowl hunting season was a challenging year for many. For the most part, the weather was uncooperative. When the weather doesn’t cooperate, ducks and geese are usually the same way.

The measure of a success of a season shouldn’t be put on the number of birds harvested. In this day and age, too […]

Video: Wounded Warrior Waterfowl Hunt With Peterson Outdoor’s Ministries Pt. 1

This is the first of 2 videos from the Wounded Warrior Waterfowl Hunt with Peterson Outdoors Ministries. Peterson Outdoors provides outdoor recreational therapy, hunting & fishing events to wounded combat veterans and their families as well as youth and adults with disabilities or terminal illness.

It was an incredible event put on by Peterson Outdoors […]

Video: Long December

The December 2014 weather made for some tough waterfowl hunting. Unseasonably warm and cloudy conditions combined with a large early November migration made for stale ducks and geese. A lot of birds had made their way near their wintering grounds, but with no active weather to force them to move, many days hunting were […]

Video: Duck Hunting The Swaths

The Swaths

Barley farming practices in Canada offer incredible duck hunting opportunities. The barley is cut then laid into swaths to allow drying. With the heads still on the plant, ducks tend to quickly find it and take advantage of the easy food source. If a hunter can happen to find one of these fields, […]

Video: Alberta Pea Field Duck Hunting

Alberta Duck Hunting

Duck hunters dream of hunting in Canada. It’s the breeding grounds for waterfowl, birds are abundant, and they haven’t received much hunting pressure yet. Farming practices are much different than here in the US which has both positives and negatives.

Our first duck hunt of 2015 took place in eastern Alberta in mid-October. […]