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DU Waterfowler's Journal


The DU Waterfowler’s Journal is the only app designed exclusively for waterfowl hunters to keep a detailed log of each trip to the field. Whether you’re new to waterfowl hunting or a seasoned pro, you can document the most important elements of every hunt with this unique app.


Use the DU Waterfowler’s Journal App to:

• Log the number of birds harvested, broken down by season, species and sex

• Read waterfowl identification characteristics to help you identify birds in the fields.

• Record hunt location including city, state and other details such as blind locations, field names, etc.

• Enter detailed weather conditions (wind, temperatures, precipitation, etc.)

• Make personal notes about your hunt

• Take and store photos of your hunt

• View and edit journal entries from previous hunts


By recording your hunting dates, locations, weather conditions and harvest logs, you’ll gain valuable insight that can educate and help you plan future hunts. It’s also a great way to capture and reflect back on the special moments that take place every hunting season.

App Notes:

• Once you download the app, you’ll be asked to create an account (email and password). This will allow us to provide you with access to your journal information on the Ducks Unlimited website as part of a future enhancement.

• This app requires an Internet connection.

Ducks Unlimited reminds hunters to comply with all federal and state waterfowl hunting regulations.

Recent changes:
- Added support for more Android devices
- Bug fixes
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Free
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4.3
User ratings
110
Installs
10,000+
Concerns
1
File size
4415 kb
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About DU Waterfowler's Journal
The DU Waterfowler’s Journal is the only app designed exclusively for waterfowl hunters to keep a detailed log of each trip to the field. Whether you’re new to waterfowl hunting or a seasoned pro, you can document the most important elements of every hunt with this unique app.


Use the DU Waterfowler’s Journal App to:

• Log the number of birds harvested, broken down by season, species and sex

• Read waterfowl identification characteristics to help you identify birds in the fields.

• Record hunt location including city, state and other details such as blind locations, field names, etc.

• Enter detailed weather conditions (wind, temperatures, precipitation, etc.)

• Make personal notes about your hunt

• Take and store photos of your hunt

• View and edit journal entries from previous hunts


By recording your hunting dates, locations, weather conditions and harvest logs, you’ll gain valuable insight that can educate and help you plan future hunts. It’s also a great way to capture and reflect back on the special moments that take place every hunting season.

App Notes:

• Once you download the app, you’ll be asked to create an account (email and password). This will allow us to provide you with access to your journal information on the Ducks Unlimited website as part of a future enhancement.

• This app requires an Internet connection.

Ducks Unlimited reminds hunters to comply with all federal and state waterfowl hunting regulations.

Recent changes:
- Added support for more Android devices
- Bug fixes

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A Google User
Oct 13, 2014
Great app to look back on the seasons
A Google User
Oct 12, 2014
Great tool Would have a 5 if you could create a default location, also on the online companion site the graphs do not accurately reflect the journal entries
A Google User
Oct 6, 2014
Great app
A Google User
Sep 15, 2014
Cool app Keep track of previous hunts, how cool is that?!
A Google User
Mar 29, 2014
Cool Very neat idea. Looking forward to duck season even more now so I can use this app.