The lonely Bell Chasse Highway runs down the Mississippi River’s west bank, terminating at the end of the world in Venice, Louisiana. From there to the Gulf is nothing but the kind of marsh for which Louisiana is truly known as “Sportsman’s Paradise.” Jesse Morris got his first boat while 13 years old, plying local waters for shrimp, crabs, whatever he could catch, on his way to becoming a 5th-generation commercial fisherman. But the Lord works in mysterious ways. What was it like growing up 70 miles from the nearest McDonald’s? What’s the difference between brown, white and tiger shrimp? How’d Jesse get into guiding duck hunts and fishing charters, and what’s the duck hunting like out of Venice? How has the marsh changed in his lifetime–and does he really eat coots? Jesse is soft-spoken man of few words, like someone that’s spent a lifetime fishing, but his informative insights speak volumes about this amazing region. Related Link: Louisiana Duck Hunt – Coastal Marsh Venice.