Explaining that times were tough back then, Art LeJeune still remembers hunting south Louisiana rice fields with his grandfather, fetching ducks, filling seed sacks with them. He started working at Faulk’s Calls 53 years ago. At age 73 still arrives at 6:30 each morning, turning calls in the dusty, memory-infused shop that’s remained unchanged for a half-century except for recently installed air-conditioning. How’d LeJeune’s family store ducks in the absence of refrigeration and what was the limit? What’s he remember about the Faulks? Why’d Patin Faulk take him duck hunting the first time? How large is the cane patch used for raw materials and where’d it originate? Why’d Mr. LeJeune quit duck hunting—and why does he really still come to work? Faulk’s Game Call Company was founded in 1951, back when folks were practical, expecting stuff to last generations. In one of the most enjoyable conversations remembered in a long while, Art LeJeune’s stories vividly depict those almost forgotten times.