About This Blog   3 comments

The goal of this blog is to impart information regarding hunting and fishing in the Central United States.  Information will cover the entire center part of the country from the Canada border to the Mexico border and occasionally areas beyond.  Many of the entries will include trips and interviews made my Don Gasaway in the course of his work as a fulltime Freelance Outdoor Writer.

Readers are invited to submit comments and ideas that may be of benefit to other readers.

Posted 02/11/2010 by Donald Gasaway

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  2. Hello,

    My name is Jessica and I am with DOA Decoys in Algona, IA. We hand craft waterfowl decoys that are used by huntsmen all over the world. We are a big fan of this blog and love the information and stories you provide you readers.

    I am reaching out to you because one of our owners Justin Sieverding is interested contributing an article to your site. Justin has been hunting waterfowl all of his life. Justin is an expert in the area and has spent many years studying the history, creation, and use of waterfowl decoys. Justin would like to contribute an article on the history of the waterfowl decoy. As I’m sure you know they have a rich and interesting history. I believe your readers would be fascinated to learn more about waterfowl decoys and their role in North American hunting history.

    Please let me know who I can submit Justin’s article to and any requirements that you have.

    Thank you so much and I look forward to hearing back!

    Jessica Stack
    DOA Decoys

    Jessica Stack

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