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There is no better way to spend an evening or morning than sitting in the reeds or in a hide, waiting for duck to come in.

When Steve Lee and I worked on the wildfowling section of Feathers: The Game Larder, we went out with a good friend, Chris Whiley. We got up at 4am to drive there on a cold October morning. After we had togged up with waders, Chris led Steve and his camera to a reed

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