New Waterfowl Department!!!

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Ladies and Gentlemen, I am so glad to announce a NEW AND IMPROVED AND MUCH LARGER Waterfowl Department that Green Top will feature in our new building this fall. With over four times the space in our new building as what the store has had in the past, many of our departments will be expanding and improving, and our Waterfowl Department will be growing by leaps and bounds. It’s a little late in the summer to be placing orders for this fall’s gear unfortunately, but I am reaching out right … Read More »


2011-2012 Waterfowl Season

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What a Disappointment!!! It had some high-lights, as does every season, and every day that you’re hunting and not working is a great day, but after last year’s great season and the “record” predictions they put forward about populations this year, I think most of Virginia’s hunters walked away from this year feeling let down. I sure know I’m not on cloud nine rejoicing about all the great hunts that I went on.  I almost want to sell my waterfowl gear and take up crow hunting, HA! Anybody want to … Read More »


Youth Waterfowl Day

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Saturday October 22 was the first of Virginia’s Youth Waterfowl Days for the 2011-2012 season. There is a second Youth Day this season, on February 4, 2012, after the regular duck season closes. This year I didn’t have as many youths accompany me as I did last year. Unfortunately several had to cancel due to last minute complications, so I only had two with me. One of the young guys has been going with me for a few years now, and with his fun personality he’s always great to have … Read More »


Water, Water, Everywhere… and Early Ducks

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So the 2011 October split of duck season has come and gone. Four days of chasing locally raised birds and early migrants serves as a warm up for the real season yet to come for many waterfowlers. And it is a great chance to take out kids or ladies and introduce them to the sport without having to spend a fortune outfitting them against the bitter cold. Summer ducks(wood ducks) usually abound, and the fresh crop of mallards haven’t been wised up by gunning pressure yet. Sometimes you can even … Read More »