The Kentucky Duckmen
Ryan "The Dew Man"  & Shelton  & Terry "The Duckman or the Ole Man as they call me  & Billy "Quick Draw"
Ducks & geese aren't hard to hit.....Their just easy to miss
Between the three of us we have over 30+ years of hunting waterfowl,You never know where & when you will see us,Were always on the look out for birds,We have been known to pack up on a minute's or day's notice and head out, be it local,in or out of state to pursue our passion.It's in our blood and we live it 24/7.
We would like to give our Wive's a big word of THANKS as they also put up with our Passion 24/7, The early morning and late night phone calls,Packing up and heading out at all hours of the day & night, Thus becoming our WATERFOWL WIDOWS.
A little bit about us Waterfowlers
Duck hunting has been popular for centuries and is considered a very exciting and rewarding hunt. The avid hunter will spend weeks preparing for the upcoming season.
Between training dogs, checking gear, purchasing new equipment, and practicing on the duck & goose calls,
Waterfowling becomes a PASSION, not just a seasonal hobby.
The duck hunter who enjoys waterfowling spends his time and money on a shotguns,shells camouflage clothing, calls,decoys,boats and blinds and more.
But the hunter who devotes his life to the sport spends his off-season in preparation for his next chance at the hunt.
The avid duck hunter will invest in a duck boat, decoys, dogs, and blinds, and even when he's not actively preparing for next season, he's thinking about it 24/7
How true this is
My partner and companion for 15 great years
May she rest in peace in that great Duck Blind in the sky, Were the sky is always full and the days never end amen
If you have never seen the site of a sunrise coming up while over looking a marsh,lake pond or field,You don't know what your missing.It's a site to behold that mother nature has given us to enjoy.
It's that time of year again when the duckmen pack up and head west to start chasing the SNOW STORM, It's Snow goose Conservation time again starting the first of Feb.,Were headed to Arkansas. This year my brother in law and two of his buddy's will be joining us to catch the SNOW FEVER. With this YOYO Weather were having it has the birds scattterd from Northern Mo to Texas, But reports say that there are still plenty of birds down south. Our hope's are high to catch some in the area were heading too.
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