Mojo Outdoors joined Ramsey Russell GetDucks.com for hot-barreled duck hunting in Argentina. Filmed at GetDucks.com’s La Paz Argentina duck hunting destination in August 2011.
The Migration Nation team heads to the Mississippi Delta for some fast-flying teal hunting action. Mississippi native, Ramsey Russell of GetDucks.com, joins us for some great shooting, exceptional dog work, and a little piece of delta blues history.
Trying to convince myself I’d rather be elsewhere was futile. I’d rather be mowing the lawn. No. I’d rather be at the office. Nope. I’d rather be painting the front porch. Not happening. Duck season ended months ago and little league baseball was underway. But even with rivulets of icy rainwater occasionally breaching a cinched collar and winding down my back, there was absolutely nowhere I’d rather have been than hunting snow geese adjacent to the mighty St. Lawrence River in Quebec.
Read Article: Where the River Narrows
To anyone raised in rural Mississippi, land valuation is intuitively learned and easily recognized. Land is worth what it is capable of producing. Whether it is bales of cotton, pounds of catfish, bushels of soybeans or corn, board-feet of lumber, or number and quality of deer, ducks, and turkeys – the math is really pretty simple. More is better.
Read Story: Six Shooter Is Where the Home Is (Six Shooter Land and Timber Hunting Club)
Mississippi’s duck season lasts 60 days, but according to Ramsey Russell, it’s always duck season. His GetDucks.com claims, “It’s Duck Season Somewhere.” That is, somewhere among a long and growing list of world-wide destinations.
Read Profile: Ramsey Russell GetDucks.com
The remote habitats, difficulty of hunting and ornate plumage of many ducks haunt some waterfowlers to the point of obsession and world travel. But which species are the most coveted jewels in the waterfowler’s crown?
Read More: Jewels of the Waterfowl World