Inside the 2018-19 Issue of Greenhead, The Arkansas Duck Hunting Magazine

Welcome to the ninth annual edition of Greenhead, featuring waterfowl tips from traditional and cutting edge experts, including even how to start your own club.

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From Dugouts to Decoys: Baseball Players Turn Hobby Into Business

It's a whole new ballgame as former Arkansas baseball player Josh Alberius and friends document the wild with K Zone.

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The Club Scene: How to Make Room for Your Dream Lodge

Tales and tips from duck club owners who constructed their own little slices of heaven.

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Veteran Conservationist Jody Pagan Finds Formula That Keeps The Ducks Coming

His perfectionist streak when it comes to building duck habitats makes Jody Pagan the last guy who'd confess to any project being beyond the reach of improvement. But to look at him and see the glint in his eye, you know it's crossed his mind with each challenge overcome and each project completed.

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High Tech, Old-School Apparel Options Favor Today’s Hunter

Apparel technology has evolved immensely but the need for dependable, durable garb to handle the up and down Arkansas winter will always exist.

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Watertight Wonders Making A Splash

Based in Rogers, the design team at Banded Holdings went feet first into the wader world with an innovative idea of what a wader should be.

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Arkansas Game & Fish Program Hones Young Shooters’ Skills

Arkansas Youth Shooting Sports Program offers training, competition, for the next generation.

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My Old Man: Woodsy Wisdom from Duck Hunting’s Best Teachers

Wit and wisdom from Dad, your first hunting partner and still the all-time best teacher.

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Greenhead is proud to present the Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The creation of this program is an 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.

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