I have bought a waterfowl license for the past 3 years, but really only hunted the last 2 years. I do things a little differently than most, I kind of hunt like my Dad used to in BC, he never used decoys. There is a spot I go where there is a large pond/lake that borders the property. I have been there enough that I know the routes the birds use to access the water. I usually set up under a tree or by a bush so I have some natural cover and then wait for something to fly into range. I usually go in the early morning or at night when the birds are most active. This isn't the most effective way to hunt, but I don't need a lot of meat as only my son and I eat ducks and geese, so the few birds I get most time is more than enough for us. It is also a cheap way to hunt as all I use is my single shot 12 gauge, a blind bag with shells and some camo clothing. Just wondering if anyone else does this or if I am weird? Everyone you talk to figures waterfowl hunters spend an hour setting up decoys and need a big trailer just to haul them to the field, so I feel a little weird when I tell people what I do.