Scissors Rig Hunts
The Scissor's rig Hunt is an opportunity for 2- 4 four hunters to gun together from a fully concealed, portable boat blind. Conceived in the Currituck sound of legendary waterfowl fame, the scissors rig has made way to N.C and left a mark. Fully concealed behind a floating island of Pine boughs and Juniper, hunters scan the skies for both puddle ducks and divers. The versatility of the rig allows for freedom to adjust daily to where the ducks are. The hunt begins at a designated landing where hunters are transported to the gunning grounds. After Blind setup and decoy, everyone is encouraged to enjoy the beautiful waterfowler's sunrise and be ready for the ducks. The hunt ends at 1 pm or when a limit is reached. The blind is a perfect station for videographers and digital photography.
Getting it done!
A happy group did some work from the rig.
A Bufflehead drake showing the full winter plumage checked out the spread.
Shell companies love us!
The Sound can be cold when hunting late season.
You never truly know what might decoy when you are hunting from the scissors.
Ice is nice!
When the salty water of the Pamlico freezes on your decoys, it is time to "hunker" down and wait for the divers.
The boys made quick work of two incoming flocks.
Working hard. Nice divers.
Who can't be happy with divers on the lanyard?
Blackheads are no match for the Scissors!
Scanning the sound!
Comfortable hunting on the Pamlico Sound.
You can never have too many diver decoys!
Doing what they do!
Legendary duckman Lou Howard and DU chair Chris Coleman prepare for the hunt.
Another Pamlico Sound morning. Redheads on deck.
Early in the year and Greenwing down!
Two happy duck hunters in the scissors setup!
Nothing like waiting in a floating Island.
A Bull Sprig.
A happy hunter finally nails this trophy. Braving the brutal wind paid off.