Providing opportunities for new hunters has not only been a passion, but a mission for DuckJunkies.com since its inception. We have done this through our events and activities across the US and we are proud to be offering the chance in Canada during Ontario Waterfowl Heritage Day.
In The Know
In The Know
In The Know is the place to go for short, concise updates and information regarding current topics that affect waterfowlers.
At first blush watching television right now is at best annoying at worst madding, the continual hype concerning the candidates, their beliefs, what they say they'll change, and their clean campaigns. You can't turn on "Sponge Bob" without listening to a candidate bombard you about how things will change if he's elected. One thing that could change affects all hunters.
The Nebraska Game and Parks is proposing a change to the duckhunting zones for the upcoming year. They are asking for input from hunters on this proposed change from now until the commissioners meet in March to vote on these possible changes.
United States Postal Service is Broke. Services eliminated, locations closed, prices hiked. Can they recover?
In September, John Berry, director of the federal Office of Personnel Management, said the Obama administration would push for legislation to allow a three-month delay in the $5.5 billion payment due on Sept. 30 to finance retirees' future health coverage. Read More
New York Times: On Monday, USPS said that it would reduce service to cut costs. They said this move could largely eliminate the chance of next-day delivery for stamped letters. Read More
Beginning early next year, it will also cost a penny more to mail letters to any location in the United States, three cents more for post cards and five cents more for letters to Canada and Mexico. Read More
How will these changes affect you?
A Dinner Date with the Duck Commander
Late next week, sportsmen, and specifically - waterfowlers, from around the country will flock to the small Northwest Arkansas town of Siloam Springs for what looks to be the next big event in the waterfowl industry. The 2011 International Waterfowl Festival & Expo will run Saturday and Sunday August 20 & 21 and will include a wide variety of events sure to entertain fowlers and non-fowlers alike.
The 50 acre property will be filled with over 80 vendor booths coming form 19 states! The Expo is free to the public and will host a full two days of seminars on a variety of topics, not limited to duck and goose hunting. In addition to information on waterfowl hunting, calling and scouting – you can expect seminars on a wide array of subjects including taxidermy, turkey hunting and calling, retriever training, bass fishing and more.