Sporting

Explore the Santee Delta

Spend a day in the duck blind on South Carolina's Santee Delta

October/November 2016

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Decoys in the morning light.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

A morning’s bag.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

A modern rice trunk regulates flow.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Motte gets a post-hunt rinse.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

A blue-winged teal atop a mixed take of Delta ducks.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Dan Ray on a dike at Annandale Plantation.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Phil Wilkerson.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Motte warms up by the fire after a morning hunt.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

The gear shed at Rochelle Plantation.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Inside the Tom Yawkey Wildlife Center.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

A hunter surveys the sky before calling it a morning.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

The Santee Delta.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Hunters crouch behind a portable blind as ducks come into view just after sunrise.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

Gadwall, pintain, and shovelers rise above an empty blind.

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

photo: Peter Frank Edwards

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