When Ramsey stumbled into an opportunity to go gunning from a traditional sink box in Nova Scotia he jumoed at the chance. From a historical perspective, the sink box represents the end of the market hunting era and the birth of waterfowl hunting as we know it today.
Read full story: Sink Box History, Politics and Modern day Adventure (page 12)
He picked up the idea from his pal Ramsey Russell of Brandon, whose GetDucks.com organizes trophy duck hunts. Russell’s duck poppers, wrapped around cherries, figs and other fruits triggered some taste bud imagination. “He offers duck hunts all over the world, so he comes back with some good recipes from all over the world,” Nolan said. “I’m not a duck hunter, so I translated it over into the deer poppers.” Also an adventurer, he explored other pairings. “Just something different.” Read full article: Game Dinner Cooks of the Wild Side (PDF)
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First-ever televised Peru duck hunt for cinnamon teal. Part TWO of a 2-part series initially aired on Sportsman Channel in July 2013. With the highest concentration of cinnamon teal in the world, this Peru duck hunting offers Inca culture that seems to be around every corner. This show will bring surprises from the opening bell to the final knockout. Read more about the featured Peru Cinnamon Teal Duck Hunting
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First-ever televised Peru duck hunt for cinnamon teal. Part one of a 2-part series initially aired on Sportsman Channel in July 2013. Terry Denmon of MOJO TV and Ramsey Russell of GetDucks.com enjoy unique duck hunting in Peru, and make some interesting discoveries. Read more about the featured Peru Cinnamon Teal Duck Hunt
Terry travels to Peru with Get Ducks.Com to a location reputed to hold the largest concentration of Cinnamon Teal in the world. As good as the duck hunting was, in paled in comparison to the local sites and culture.
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Five-star thread counts and white-glove level luxury? Not really- it’s much better than that. Las Flores Argentina duck hunting with GetDucks.com entails huge limits of splashing decoying ducks, some of the coolest wingshooting available in a country that’s full of it.
Read full article – “Roughing It” at Las Flores, Argentina Duck Hunting
Ramsey Russell of GetDucks.com hunts all over the world, but will not leave the southern U.S. during September. Asked why he loves teal hunting so much he took an uncharacteristic moment of pause to know where to begin.
Read story: Fast Food: Blue-winged Teal Hunting
Standing in the dark while the rain pelted them Saturday morning in Satartia, Ramsey Russell and his young hunting party could hear wings and chatter but couldn’t see the birds. When the light finally penetrated the clouds, Russell said, “It was on like Donkey Kong.”
Read article (PDF): Slow start, then barrel-melter (Mississippi teal hunting)
Argentina Red Stag hunting trip of epic proportion: The hypnotic beauty of the biggest-ever brook trout in hand, sunrise over a spewing volcano, the smiles of gaucho children, the foxes running to our calls, the strange ocean fish materializing from the depths, the noisy clouds of ducks and, most of all, the outrageous roar of giant wild red stag in the black timber of the high Andes. What are these things worth?
Read this incredible adventure – Argentina Red Stag Hunting Diego’s Run: 6,000-Kilometer Road Trip with Argentina’s Wild Man
Peru duck hunting in the Andes is neither about the art of seducing wild ducks to decoys, nor about the thrill of high-volume trigger pulling. It is about collecting specific trophy waterfowl that can be found nowhere else on earth other than in the Andes Mountains. (Note: Since this story was published, Peru’s hunt calendar has changed to exclude the take of Torrent Duck, Andean Ruddy and Giant Coot). Referenced hunt: Peru duck hunt
Read full article: Latitude of Plentitude