Meet the Robertsons, Louisiana's camouflage-clad millionaires, who live out the American dream while staying true to their rugged outdoorsman lifestyle and Southern roots. They invite you into their kitchen and duck blinds, giving you an up-close and personal, behind-the-scenes look at the family in the exploding A&E TV show “Duck Dynasty.” This Louisiana bayou family operates Duck Commander, a booming family business that has made them millions. They employ half their neighborhood (most of which are family), and at the end of the day you can find the whole family around the matriarch’s, Miss Kay's, dinner table. This family has a special brand of Southern know-how and a down-home sense of humor.
Ask anyone in Louisiana and they'll tell you that the Bayou State's favorite first family doesn't live in the Governor's mansion, but can be found in the backwoods, where the Robertsons' rags-to-riches story still is unfolding. A homegrown mom-and-pop operation, Duck Commander has become a sporting empire by fabricating top-of-the-line duck calls and decoys out of salvaged swamp wood. It's also expanded into a line of products that includes their branded hunting apparel, cooking products, DVDs, CDs, and novelty items.