Mississippi native Alex Littlejohn remembers “Tallahatchie tree line duck hunting” with family members as a youngster after Canada geese ceased migrating to Mississippi. While in college, he guided duck hunts on South End Trails portion of Beaver Dam, the cypress oxbow lake made famous by Nash Buckingham, and worked at Wild Rose Kennels. What was it like hunting at Beaver Dam Lake, what are some of his favorite memories, and what do ducks do in lightening storms? What his most endearing memory of a favorite uncle that taught him to duck hunt and call ducks? And what happened in southwest Louisiana that made him wonder about predestination? Today’s Duck Season Somewhere podcast episode is a slow burn conversation, like two buddies sipping bourbon toddies during a rainy Mississippi duck hunting camp afternoon. All duck hunting listeners will relate.