Drake Waterfowl Systems

30 Aug 18
Ambassador Animal

Anas platyrhynchos Order: Anseriformes   Husbandry Information Housing Requirements Diet Requirements In the wild, mallard ducks eat insects, plants, worms, frogs, snails, and shellfish. In captivity, ducks are fed waterfowl pellets and chopped lettuce. Domestic ducks are dabbling ducks: they feed mainly on vegetable matter on the surface of the water, and they do not dive […]

08 Jul 18


26 Jun 18
Waterfowl Hunter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]One of the fascinating things about waterfowl hunting is the versatility of hunting. One day you can be duck hunting over the ocean, another day you can be goose hunting rivers, another you could be duck hunting fields. The ability to shot nearly 50 species of waterfowl allows us, hunters, a lifetime of experiences. However, one of the […]

06 Jun 18
Waterfowl Hunter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]When it comes to duck hunting or goose hunting over water a set of duck hunting waders is a must have. There is no way you can set decoys or wade in the cold water for downed ducks and geese. Therefore, finding the best duck hunting waders has to be on every waterfowl hunters checklist […]

25 May 18
Twentieth Century Gamer

Get dangerous all you want, kids. Just remember to buckle up. I don’t have many clear memories of the Darkwing Duck tv show. A spin-off from the more popular DuckTales (the two shared a supporting character in Launchpad McQuack), it was part of the Disney Afternoon syndicated programming block for three seasons during 1991 and […]

03 May 18

Photos of the Week:  5-3-2018 – The Amazing Country of Chile: The Longest Country in the World ! CHILE:   is a South American country occupying a long, narrow strip of land between the Andes to the east and the Pacific Ocean to the west. It borders Peru to the north, Bolivia to the northeast, Argentina to the east, and the Drake Passage in the far south. Chilean territory […]

10 Apr 18
NDNHISTORY RESEARCH : Indigenous, Public & Critical Essays

Devil’s Lake is in Lincoln City, in fact it is the only such lake and state park completely contained within a city in Oregon. The lake extends along the eastern edge of Lincoln City and is defined by a ring of vacation and residential homes which ring the lake on all sides. The lake is […]

30 Mar 18
Avanti Africa

You might want to consider raising ducks in your backyard. No doubt about it, chickens have proven their worth as fine producers of savory eggs and should not be discredited. However, during the last decade, a growing number of us North Americans have been discovering what many Asians and Europeans have known for a long […]

11 Mar 18

Spring is just ten days from today. The calendar says it’s so. But, this morning it seemed a little difficult to think Spring-y thoughts when the temperature was 25 degrees and the north wind was a’ blowin’. Forget those negative thoughts though, because that bright sunshine sure perked up my spirits and put a spring […]

01 Feb 18
Waterfowl Hunter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]It’s not uncommon to use silhouettes when goose hunting, they can easily double the number of decoys when using a full body and silhouette decoy spread. They also can be quite affordable compared to a half dozen full body decoys. However, the question gets asked what about mallard silhouette decoys, are those worth buying and […]

10 Jan 18
Waterfowl Hunter

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]So you’re looking to beef up your spread of decoys, and you’ve started to look into adding silhouette decoys to your trailer. Better yet maybe you are looking forward to some spring snow geese hunting, and you need to entice 2,000 snow geese with decoys. Buying 1,000 full body decoys may not be feasible. However, […]

01 Jan 18
Waterfowl Hunting at its BEST

Our weather in Alberta had been unusually warm for about a month. The weather in Southern Alberta is bi-polar at best. Extremes in cold in the winter extreme hot in the summer. It doesn’t end there we get warm winds from the south, frigid air can blast in from the north and wet air can […]

14 Nov 17

Here is the Frisco Rod and Gun Outer Banks Fishing Report for Hatteras Island. The morning started off nice, but quickly made a turn for the worse.  It cooled off and some rain moved in.  The temperature was in the upper 50’s with north winds between 5-10 mph. Avon Pier is reporting bluefish and puppy […]

09 Nov 17
Elle Kingsley

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02 Nov 17
Edmonton Journal

Penguins 3, Oilers 2 Did Edmonton Oilers find a new way to lose on Wedensday night, or just revisit a few old ones? The Oilers largely matched the Stanley Cup champions stride for stride in a back-and-forth affair, but for the fourth time in four meetings between Sidney Crosby’s Penguins and Connor McDavid’s Oilers, it […]