To migratory bird hunters, Labor Day marks the real New Year. Summer temps are finally waning, cotton defoliant wafting on soon-to-be-autumn air. It’s finally dove season. Everything else soon follows. Mississippi Delta native Chuck Cage has been guiding since the late ’70s, only recently retiring. He and Ramsey discuss dove hunting, duck hunting and lots more in today’s Duck Season Somewhere episode. How’d he accidentally get into guiding duck hunters in the Mississippi Delta, how big is his traditional hunting area? What’s he mean saying “traders of tradables” was once his business card title, what was his motto, and what’s the most memorable thing ever delivered as promised? After all these years, how many leg bands hang from his lanyard, and what are his thoughts on the subject? What’s changed since the days he hunted first with his grandfather? How’s guiding sometimes mediating? Like a mourning dove streaking across a hot sunflower field, barrel-rolling at the shots unscathed, they cover a lot of interesting ground about one of the most iconic Mississippi Delta hunters and outfitters.