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.
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This past weekend we had the pleasure of hosting Tyler Jordan for a duck hunt to be filmed for Realtree Outdoors on the outdoor Channel. We knew the hunting was going to be tough. We were just coming out of a lock up so the ducks were going to be feeding heavy in the fields.
Tyler arrived around lunch. I had already been out that morning and my guys shot their birds pretty quick and easy so I asked him if he wanted to hit the ground running and he said let’s go. We went...
We left Monroe LA and it was a balmy 82 degrees with strong south winds. Once we arrived in South Dakota that was no longer the case. As soon as we landed I could feel the plane instantly getting colder. Once we stepped outside it was evident why. It was a brisk 32 degrees with a strong Northwest wind. To say I wasn’t prepared would be an understatement. We hit the ground running and went straight to Cabela’s to buy our licenses and for me to by a blaze orange vest. Being a waterfowl...
- 1 package of bacon
- 4 duck breasts, cubed
- 2/3 cups of brown sugar
- 1 Tbs chili powder
- Broiler pan (or deep dish)
Preheat oven to 325.
It is the time of year that every duck hunter dreams of. Opening day is here again! All the work is finally about to pay off. It is always a sleepless night and this year was no different. I was already wide awake when my alarm sounded off. I jumped in my clothes and took off for Phil’s. On my drive down I got a touch of a nervous bowel (always happens on opening day) so the last couple of miles to the lair were iffy. I hit the ground running,...
- Realtree® Original Pattern
- Crisp sound creates smooth cadences
- Short Barrel
- Modified from the Pro Series reed system
- Easy to blow
- Duck Commander signature double-reed, friction-fit system (Jase Robertson Pro Series reed design)
Identifying the sex of Blue Winged Teal in early teal season
One question we are often posed with is “Why do we kill only hens during teal season?” I always scratch my head in bewilderment. I then remember most folks haven’t had the training that I have had on identifying ducks based solely on their wings. I want to take a minute to explain it in...
Here's a little teal report:
The first 4 days we killed 0. We did not see a single Teal.
But on Day 5, a grand total of 2 Teal came and were shot by an eager Jase with Benelli's new Super Black Eagle 3. After 4 days of no shooting, it's definitely hard to share. According to Phil, Jase jumped up and started shooting before the rest of the Duckmen...
Justin Martin laid a whooping on some Teal!
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