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.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, Rocky Leflore is joined by Ramsey Russell for another episode of Life’s Short, Get Ducks. You probably notice the title is wrong in the picture, but today it is about wisdom. What few business etiquette’s does it take in life to be successful? What man changed Ramsey’s future and why? What few business etiquette’s does it take in life to be successful? What made so many old school guys successful in business and life that so many today are missing? What man changed Ramsey’s future and why? Ramsey starts that story today.
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Ramsey Russell and Rocky Leflore get together for another edition Life’s Short, Get Ducks. They go in-depth about the story behind the episode “Life’s Short GetDucks Argentina: The Path” released by GetDucks.com today. How did two guys that were worlds apart have similar trying life stories in life, but end up duck hunting in Argentina together? Those stories led them to the great successful people they are today and to a special friendship.
At the 26:00 mark, Fred Ramsey and Mark Tobin go in-depth with famous duck guide and worldwide waterfowl aficionado Ramsey Russell from getducks.com about his various journeys to different countries to hunt ducks.
Rocky Leflore is joined by Ramsey Russell and Bradley Ramsey to discuss change. Both men have spent most of their lives chasing ducks in the Mississippi Delta. What has changed in the Delta to make ducks appear so sparse as compared to “the good ol’ days” of grand dad? What can we do to make our duck hunting better, but not take away from somebody else to do it?
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, Ramsey Russell and Rocky Leflore get together and discuss the hunters that are consistently successful. Why is it? It all goes back to the two P’s. All that and more! It is a great episode with Ramsey, sure to become an instant classic that everyone enjoys. We also talk a lot about Forrest Russell and Josh Criswell.
In this edition of The End of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ramsey Russell. Today, we talk about the Blood Origins episode entitled “Uncharted Waters.” What makes this episode so unique? What makes it so good? We debate what some may be missing in their short-term thinking of why waterfowling is changing. Ramsey may have a different take than most. I guess you will find out when you listen.
In this edition of The End of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ramsey Russell. We talk about why he is not the most enthusiastic turkey hunter, but nonetheless has some of the most exciting stories. Listen as he tells one of the best Mexico turkey hunting stories ever as he describes chasing Ocellated turkeys in Mexican jungles. But what is he missing to complete the world slam? All that and more today!
In this edition of The End of The Line podcast, Ramsey Russell and Jake Latendresse join me from an Azerbaijan duck hunting adventure, where they’re filming a future Life’s Short GetDucks short film. The perspective Jake brings to the table is life changing. First, we visit about the upcoming series of podcast guests that start next week with Jeff Foiles, and Josh Raggio. Then, we talk about the connection that hunters have no matter the language, ethnicity, geography, etc. We all are connected through the sport we love, duck hunting. Jake tells us about his experiences since getting to Azerbaijan. Ramsey and I close it out talking about a few of the recent topical videos and photos he has recently posted.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ramsey Russell for another episode Life’s Short, Get Ducks podcast series episode. Ramsey and I visit on Azerbaijan duck hunting. Where in the heck is it? What in the world is there to attract ducks? And attract people to hunt those ducks there? What kind of ducks are they killing? What is the landscape? We finish by talk about history of that geographical area, how the world all started there.
In this edition of The End Of The Line podcast, I am joined by Ramsey Russell. Ramsey and I open it up talking about how he suggests getting in the hunting industry. Then, we talk a little bit about duck hunting in Mexico. Finally, we talk about “Coop, the chicken dog.” This is Coop’s last Mexico hunting trip with Ramsey and she’s been there each year of her life. Retiring the great ones is something we all must face one day. So, despite it being an unreal duck hunt, it has been a trip that Ramsey hates to see end.