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.

  • Update from the Blind #7

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  • New Year, New Beginnings

    As we storm headstrong into the New Year it is a time to pause and reflect on the past and plan for the future.  As I look back on 2015, I can honestly say it was one of the greatest years of growth in my life.  I hung up my spurs and married the love of my life Brittany.  Early in the year I lost my mamaw, who along with my papaw, were the biggest influences in my outdoor lifestyle.  My parents both worked full-time jobs while I was growing up, so I had a lot of grandparent time on my hands...

  • Update from the Blind #5

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  • Top 10 Ducks for Eating

    Before we get started I will admit that this is solely my opinion. Depending on what part of the country you live in, I may have this list backwards. 

    10.  Scaup  

    At the bottom of my list lies the fast flying Scaup, AKA “Blackjack,” AKA “Dos Gris.”  These birds have saved a many slow day due to their...

  • Split's over

    During the split here in Louisiana we always head somewhere. This time it was Arkansas.

    We usually go there to hunt with W.E. "Redawg" Phillips. He moved there 14 years ago when his wife took a great job opportunity. Better still, it was close to where some guys lived that we met at the DU "Great Outdoors Festival" in Memphis. They would come every year to see us and to look around the show. They always invited us to...

  • Update from the Blind #2

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  • If You Ain't First, You're Last

    The first split has come and gone here in the east zone of Louisiana and actually none of us are too sad to see the break.  You always anticipate skies full of birds that have hardly been hunted in past year and this year that simply was not the case for the most part.  The first two days were good as they always are, but after that it began to get tough quick.  Early season birds started acting like late season birds and we just simply were not seeing the numbers...