Whatever it is that makes people want to go duck hunting is beyond the wildest imagination of most folks with a sane mind. Here’s how it works on the average hunt. The alarm goes off at 4 a.m. or earlier, and you get up, put on camouflaged clothing and head out the door. By the time you actually get to where you’ll be hunting, it’s cold, dark and wet. So what do we do? Pull on a pair of waders and head out into boot-sucking mud, toss out several dozen decoys, load the gun and hope the birds show up.