There’s X’s etched onto the earth to which waterfowl have always flocked. Tallahatchie County, Mississippi, is one of them. Born and raised there, Catfish Flautt remembers when duck hunting wasn’t the religion that it is today and describes the region to Ramsey Russell in colorful detail. Why has this part of Mississippi always attracted so many ducks, why are there 2 county seats, what are some of the famous Tallahatchie County landmarks? Who taught Catfish to duck hunt, what was the “firm” 3-day agricultural rule he learned? When’s the first time he hunted from a mummy boat and what became of that design? How long has Catfish been guiding duck hunts, how’d he start, and how does his hunting style mimic Tallahatchie County natural flooding patterns? Who was the region’s most famous federal agent, why was he sent to Tallahatchie County, Mississippi—and what Christmas song do some remember him singing one particular morning?! Tallahatchie County has always been one of all-time duckiest places Mississippi. Y’all don’t want to miss this episode!