Warren Coco is a fury of boundless can-do energy. Large and in charge, with nearly a half-century of personal and professional achievements roiling in his wake, fellow hunt camp members affectionately refer to him as “The General.” It even says so on the gold-starred military helmet they hung above the entrance to his camp house room. The conversation begins with Coco explaining Go Devil’s customer service, demonstrating his buck-stops-here philosophy. It then shifts to habitat management. A combination of art, science, experience and luck, it’s a persistent roll-up-your-sleeves and make-it-happen challenge, especially on a property once described as “a show dog with fleas.” Sweat equity pays huge dividends when greenheads start pouring into the decoys, though. Why does Coco personally assist customers? Why doesn’t he plant hot crops such as corn or milo in his camp’s duck holes? What’re his thoughts on flooded soybeans? How does he rate certain “weeds,” and what advantages do natural, moist-soil plants have over planted millets? What was his long-term solution for improving hunter concealment that also benefited wildlife? In this fantastic episode, General Coco shares hard-earned life lessons that business owners and duck camp habitat managers will appreciate, but that everyone will enjoy greatly.