From the rice fields to the green timber,’s award-winning Greenhead magazine celebrates all aspects of duck hunting in the Natural State.

Greenhead’s third annual edition features a wide range of profiles and anecdotes, how-to pointers and history. Some of the state’s most distinguished and experienced outdoor writers provide their insights on the sport that has challenged generations of hunters.

Author John Gordon digs into the history of the popular cutdown Olt duck call and its modern-day offshoots as well as providing a poignant story of acclaimed retriever trainer Chris Akin and his companion, the late champion Boomer.

A lineup of business executives offers tips and tales in our popular Executive Q&A feature, while a panel of experts provides advice on the art of duck calling.

We examine the controversy over regulations changes for three of northeast Arkansas’ public hunting grounds and explore the potential impact of this year’s drought on the fall hunts.

Distinguished outdoor writer Trey Reid examines the role of rice field management in duck hunting and covers the Nature Conservancy’s restoration of the beloved Cache River. contributing editor Jim Harris tells us how to hunt the under-used Arkansas River and shares a fascinating profile of incoming Ducks Unlimited president and Arkansas native George Dunklin.

Ducks, dogs, guns and gear, if  you bag a Greenhead, and you won’t come home empty-handed.

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