As described in last week’s episode, Warren Coco spent over a decade hunting ducks in the enchanted Maurepas Swamp. Some years were better than others. Countless memorable times were spent with family and friends in the then-magical place – nights spent in floating camphouse in middle of swamp, mornings spent in tight, 30 yard-wide holes among towering, Spanish moss veiled cypress trees. The paradise vanished abruptly, because nature is always changing, and Coco found himself “on the outside looking in” where duck hunting was concerned. But not for long. Because people like Coco are doers. How’d Coco move a floating duck camp that had been given back to its original owner? What befell Maurepas Swamp duck hunting? What was it about hunting “Frank’s Blind” in southwestern Louisiana that Coco never forgot? Why was it so hard to become a landowner in Hackberry, and what “once-in-a-million-lifetimes event” transpired? All of this and a lot more as we continue the Warren Coco Got Devil series in this week’s Duck Season Somewhere.