Today’s anonymous guest credits duck hunting back in Mississippi’s South Delta – that required long, gumbo mud hikes with his dad, across bean fields that stretched for as far as he could see – for his developing an appreciation for “working smarter not harder.” He recalls the expansion of federal refuges in the Mississippi Delta and, as one of their employees, public relations fiascos and law enforcement challenges. What was it like hunting the Mississippi Delta back in the good ol’ days? How’d he start working in federal law enforcement, and what happened when the federal government turned private hunting clubs into federal refuges? What was the most memorable thing said in his presence while a hunting guest at duck camps in Mississippi? What was the infamous “1:30 Hole”, and fate likely befell this magical spot? Being a life-long duck hunter and wearing a federal agent badge formed fascinating perspectives that he shares in today’s great episode.