Posts by Hunter Childs

October/November Outdoor Report

Introduction This season so far has been a rather productive one. With the weather finally on track, we may finally have a normal season. My tally as of October 11th is 7 wood ducks, 2 mallards, 1 bluebill, 2 geese. As far as sightings the places I suggest you go would be Birch Island, and…

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September Outdoor Report – Farside Outdoors

Introduction As I sit here writing this, I reflect on the months leading up to my most favorite day of the year with the exception of Christmas and my birthday; opening day of duck season. As I get my boat ready, check Decoys and scout my land I already know this season will be awesome…

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The Anticipation: Life of a Waterfowler

Waterfowler’s have become a dying breed, but those of us left have become excited for the season to come. Some of us have our old spots with blinds already in place, others like to roam and find new areas and new opportunities. The season never really ends, there’s always preparations to be made and the…

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July/August Outdoor Report – Farside Outdoors

Hello everyone and welcome to another edition of Farside Outdoors. I hope Everyone has had a safe and fun fourth of July. I’ve probably spent most of it on the water despite the heavy traffic, but the fireworks have been fun to watch. Its still pretty early but I guess its a way of life…

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June Outdoor Report – Farside Outdoors

Hello everyone and welcome to the June edition of Farside Outdoors. The article will follow but we have taken to such a new level I thought I’d introduce myself; I am Hunter Childs (yes Grandson of Jim Childs for those who know the name), and I formulated Farside in 2015  which continues to expand through…

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May Outdoor Report – Farside Outdoors

On Golden Pond The Past Few Days In Burnett County have blown by fast, but Summer is just around the corner with temperatures rising. On Monday May 7th I floated around my property next to Birch Island Lake, we’ve kept the deer numbers up on our land and as ducks have started returning to Burnett…

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