Ramsey Russell, founder of GetDucks.com, discusses a wide range of topics related to international duck hunting and shares insights gleaned from a 2 decades-long journey in world-wide duck hunting that has taken his company to any unprecedented level.
Ramsey Russell sits on the back patio for a visit with friend Brandon Cerecke, of Boss Shothells. Who is Brandon Cerecke? What inspired Boss Shotshells’ superior copper-plated bismuth? Why is customer service so important? Ramsey and Brandon cover all that info and a whole lot more on this episode of Ramsey Russell Worldwide.
Ramsey is in North Dakota hunting with Nick Marcyes of Dirty Bird Outfitters. While there, he sits down and talks with Nick about the overall conditions in North Dakota, what to expect if you are coming there this fall, and why landowners are passing on allowing access to hunters this fall. Nick is a very smart duck and throws a lot of knowledge about waterfowl and North Dakota hunting in this Ramsey Russell Worldwide episode
While chasing white geese together in Saskatchewan, Ramsey Russell is joined by his long-time friend Brian Mason to discuss sinkbox hunting in Nova Scotia. Traditional sinkbox waterfowl hunting was a huge part of our US waterfowling heritage, stretching back to the market hunting years, but quickly was outlawed in the early twentieth century. There are still a few places in Canada that it remains legal and deadly style hunting technique is effectively used. Nova Scotia sinkbox hunting is Brian’s specialty. Sit back and enjoy this incredible Ramsey Russell Worldwide episode.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, Ramsey Russell visits with Brennan Hudson, Alberta Waterfowl Outfitters, to discuss specklebelly geese, their migration, how waterfowling has turned into a numbers game and why it may not be so good for the sport. Another great Ramey Russell Worldwide episode from Ramsey out on the road!
In this edition of The End of The Line podcast, Ramsey Russell is joined by Mat Schauer, of Northern Skies Outfitters, to discuss the migration of waterfowl. Mat tells us what it is like to chase them from the top to the bottom and back to the top. He also talks about what it is like for a guide when bands are killed on hunts. It is a very, very interesting Ramsey Russell Worldwide episode from an expert that knows the waterfowl migration like a best friend.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, we introduce Ramsey’s new project as a part of The End Of The line podcast. It will be called “Ramsey Russell Worldwide.” This series will consist of conversations with an array people involved in waterfowling – duck hunters, biologists, influencers, conservationists, guides near and far. As Ramsey travels around the world, conversations with waterfowling leaders that are apart of his daily life will be recorded. It will be very informal and informative.
The first sit down Ramsey did was with Corey Loeffler of DRC Calls in Minnesota. Corey and Ramsey talk about the Canada Geese “molt migration.” It is a very informative and interesting conversation, especially being from the Deep South, where Canada geese are no longer part of the waterfowl hunting culture.
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Stories you haven’t yet heard! This week Fowl Front Waterfowl podcast, Ben Page sits down with Ramsey Russell, a great man, dedicated waterfowl hunter, passionate conservationist and hell bent on helping people have the hunt of a lifetime through his business, www.Getducks.com. We talk hunting ducks in Mongolia, Azerbaijan, Pakistan, and South America. He also describes being detained in China and tells stories of hunting with his grandfather-mentor.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, we look back on some of the greatest moments that made some of the great men that have been on the podcast. First, we start of with Pat and Patrick Pitt. They tell the story of Pat having a heart attack while duck hunting and the story that followed. Second, we return the story of Ramsey Russell. Ramsey was burned in a explosion that really really came close to taking his life. Finally, we go way back to Jake Latendresse’s story, “The Climb.” Jake had a horse fall on him in eight hours from the nearest town. There were moments that Jake wondered if he would ever get back to his family. Great! Great men! Great! Great stories!
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I look back on the best retriever stories ever told and there have been some good ones. First, we start it off with a story from one of my good friends and it comes from one of the most requested episodes ever. It is the story of Justin Harrison(Gator) and his dog Gauge. Then, We can’t do a greatest dog podcast without including Pat, Patrick, and Stephen Pitt. They talk about how important a good retriever is to a hunt and then they talk about some of the most memorable and last retrieves with some of their retrievers. Then, we look back on the story of Tess the Wonder Dog with her owner Steve Horn. Tess was a dog that was shot in the head on a duck hunt in the MS Delta and survived miraculously. Finally, we close it out talking to Ramsey Russell about the most famous hunting partner he ever shared a blind with. It wasn’t a person. It was a retriever and maybe the most famed that has ever lived.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ramsey Russell to recap the last few weeks hunting in South Africa with his family and his own personal experiences. What did Forrest and the rest of the family think about hunting in South Africa? Is South Africa duck hunting the best kept secret in the world?