Those outside our community of duck hunters have a hard time understanding why in the world a person would get up at 4 a.m. to stand in freezing water and battle sleet, snow and ice in hopes of maybe, just maybe, getting to shoot a duck or two.Read More
It’s such a reluctant, bittersweet feeling, but in my mind, somewhere in the mystic black timber of Arkansas, there are mornings to be had and photos to be captured that would look just like a Terry Redlin painting.Read More
Scott Perry hopes the time is right to introduce Duxbak to a new generation. Duxbak was touted as the country’s first outdoor brand and is considered one of America’s most “iconic and nostalgic outdoor brands,” Perry notes in Duxbak marketing materials. But Duxbak, founded in 1904, hasn’t been available since the mid 1980s. Until now.Read More
Duck decoy companies have exploded over the last few years with the advent of several new companies, most of which are focused on creating a more realistic look with a longer-lasting paint job than the next competitor.Read More
Dr. Doug Osborne will host an informative Meet-N-Greet Seminar on Arkansas waterfowl and management practices November 17, 2017 in Stuttgart.Read More
Little Siberia and Wild Wings duck clubs are sold in separate transactions as reported in Arkansas Business.Read More
Greenhead is proud to present the inaugural Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The creation of this new program is a long overdue effort to preserve the contributions of those individuals who have gone above and beyond through dedicated time, resources and other work to enhance the waterfowl industry in Arkansas.
Nominate a deserving waterfowler today to ensure that no one goes overlooked by the judges.
The inaugural class of this landmark program will be inducted on December 1, 2016.