As waterfowl hunters, we often get wrapped up in kills. It’s easy to get a one track mind, but it’s important to remember all the little parts of a hunt we take for granted. In youth waterfowl hunting, all those “little things” are brought to the forefront. Something as simple as just seeing a flock of ducks fly over can be the highlight of a hunt. In this video, a few of the kids from C&L Outdoors and some local kids from Illinois light up “Ear to Ear” during the youth waterfowl hunts in Missouri and Illinois. They tell the tales of the hunt like only kids can, enjoy a waterfowl blind breakfast and even shoot some ducks and geese on hunts no one involved will ever forget!
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