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Have Your Most Successful Crow Season:
12 Gauge Vs. 20 Gauge? Which is better?

The debate seems to live on, although, the 20 gauge shotgun is fast securing its place in many crow hunter's favor.  Loaded with the increasingly popular TSS shellshot, both 12 and 20 gauge shots are reaching farther than ever and with greater accuracy. We've compiled our list of some of the most impressive crow guns on the market. Find out whether a 12 gauge or 20 gauge is right for you.  Also, check out our list of [Top 10 Crow Hunting Guns] hunters are choosing in 2023.

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As The Crow Flies:
Stay Hidden From View For A Perfect Shot

Crow hunting requires a little stealth, patience and great cover.  Crows have excellent vision and are always ready to make a hasty exit if they see what they feel may be a predator, including humans.  Get the edge on the Crows with these [Top 5 Crow Hunting Blinds] and our list of [Crow Decoys] that will improve your chances of bagging a murder of crows.

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Make The "Caw":
The Best Crow Calls of 2023

Crows have more than 20 calls. The most common, a harsh caw, has several qualities and lengths that may serve different purposes. These crow calls have proven to be the difference between a long afternoon of squirrel watching and a successful crow hunt.  See our list of [Crow Calls] for 2023.

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Now You See Me, Now You Don't:
The Best Camos For Crow Season

Just like Turkeys, Crows have sharp, motion-sensitive vision.  This tends to come in handy when spotting small prey from above. This means you need to make sure you're equipped with the right camos for crow hunting, to ensure you're not busted by the weary and intelligent birds, leaving you no choice but to go home empty-handed. Check out our list of 10 Crow Hunting Camos that will hide you in plain sight.

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