Tip #2: If possible, try to hunt with the wind at a quartering angle to your blind.
This can keep the birds’ attention on your decoy spread and not on your boat or blind — because they won’t be as likely to try to land looking directly at you if the wind is blowing at a quartering angle from your back.
Tip #3: Wait to call the shot until a flock sets up to land just upwind of your blind.
More times than not, this will cause flaring birds to pass back over the top of your blind, giving you a higher percentage shot at making good kill shots.
For those of you that remember the cigar boom of the mid 1990s, you’ll certainly recall how cigar manufacturers were struggling to meet demand, and many cut corners to bring their cigars to market.
At the height of the cigar boom, Edgar Cullman was in the Dominican Republic, and inspected production of Macanudo.
The temples are skull designed, therefore, they wrap over your ears.
When it comes to constructing Macanudo, our artisans approach their work with a true passion, and this is evident in every stroke of their hands.The binder and filler leaves of Macanudo undergo rigorous selection, and receive the same proprietary curing, aging and fermentation techniques as the wrapper tobacco.And while most other companies keep a few bales of tobacco on hand, we keep a full three years of tobacco in inventory.With mulling and fermentation, the leaves slowly release ammonia, refining the flavor, and enhancing the color.The leaves also become more combustible, which is why it’s so easy to light a Macanudo.
The cured leaves of Connecticut Shade designated for Macanudo arrive in the Dominican Republic.