Your heart will be pounding as you hear the first call of the incoming geese. Now it's time to wait, gun in hand, until you hear the words, "Take 'em."
During the first hour of daylight, your spread will attract early morning mallards, but be careful -- they can come out of no where and be gone before you know it. Your hunt will continue throughout the morning. With generous limits of birds per gun, this won't be a half-hour exercise. You'll have time to watch a prairie sunrise, drink hot coffee, and share tales of hunts past with your guide and hunting partners. This is hunting like it is supposed to be.