Ducks – it’s a passion. The Robertson men are known for hunting ducks! They love the outdoors and being in the woods. If it’s not hunting season, they are getting ready for the next season. Clearing land, planning food plots, blowing up beaver dams, hunting squirrels or anything that is in season. If your passion isn’t hunting ducks, we hope you will find whatever your passion is.

  • Duckmen 21: The Last Supper

    Duckmen 21: The Last Supper

    As the fall arrives and the arctic air starts to make its way south, so do the ducks. The ducks move for a few reasons – weather/water, food, and hunting pressure. Mother Nature takes care of the weather/water, and...

  • Jase Robertson Introduces the Cut Down 2.0

    This ain't your Granddaddy's Cut Down.

    In the beginning, Phil Robertson didn’t have the selection of calls to choose from that hunters enjoy today. He had a basic duck call that needed tweaking - they had to be “Cut Down”. Phil’s Cut Down became so legendary that his design and creation led to Duck Commander calls.

    Duck hunting...

  • He Understands!

    In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God... The Word became flesh and made his dwelling among us. We have seen his glory, the glory of the one and only Son, who came from the Father, full of grace and truth.

    - John 1:1,14

    The more I read the Bible, the more I am amazed at what God did for us and what He went through just to be near us. He became one of us, experience what we experience, and let us know that we mean everything to Him. He...

  • Spring Cleaning

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  • The Duckmen Kill Their First Kansas Specklebelly

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  • Icy Conditions

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  • The Sky is Falling

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  • Duckmen take on Kansas

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  • Update from the Duck Commander Blind #9

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  • Winter Wonderland

    When most people think of a winter wonderland they think of Christmas trees, Santa Claus, and rolling hills covered with snow.  But to the Duckmen it consists of frozen fields and high concentrations of mallards.  Which was exactly what we experienced on our late season trip to Kansas this year.  Every time Jase gives the word that a Kansas trip is imminent I can’t help but feel a sense of anticipation and excitement.  In this case it was completely justified.  

    We knew that it would...