Every year we head towards Canada during the mid season lull we experience at home. This year as we crossed the border we found mild temperatures and incredibly soggy conditions. But duck numbers were through the roof! With just 3 guys, a dog, and a trailer full of light weight White Rock Decoy options, we free lanced our way across the Manitoba prairies looking for untouched Greenheads in hard to reach places. We've put the finishing touches on this 3 part series from the trip that we returned home from just a couple weeks ago. I think it turned out really good and we're excited to share it with you guys! It's our latest installment in our web series Nomad Chronicles Waterfowl TV. It ain't easy....Bein' Green. Part 1 Part 2 In Part 2 of the series we embark on an epic journey deep into the bowels of the Canadian bush in search of un-pressured mallards. The trek and preparation made this adventure seem more like a big game hunt than a simple pot hole duck hunt...but if you don't put forth the effort and the planing, you might never get that shot at the true TROPHY waiting on the other side. Part 3 After several days of watching we knew this group of mallards was feeding within a couple hundred yards of where they were hittin' their pre-feed puddle...so as we devised a plan of attack, we knew the best hunt would be to hit 'em in the transition slough. When the fields just aren't lining up, there is nothing wrong with an all out smash mouth pot hole hunt!