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.
Recland Realty, Llc Announces Licensing Agreement To Become The “Duck & Buck Commander Endorsed Land Broker” For Louisiana, Arkansas, Mississippi And Texas
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RECLAND REALTY, LLC ANNOUNCES LICENSING AGREEMENT TO BECOME THE “DUCK & BUCK COMMANDER ENDORSED LAND BROKER” FOR LOUISIANA, ARKANSAS, MISSISSIPPI AND TEXAS
MONROE, La. (March XX, 2015) – RecLand Realty, LLC, a leading land broker in the southeast United States, is extremely pleased to announce its partnership with Buck Commander® and Duck Commander® to become their “Duck & Buck...
Duck Commander Concludes Role as Title Sponsor of Independence Bowl
Shreveport, La. The Independence Bowl Foundation and Duck Commander have reached a mutually agreed upon decision concluding the Louisiana brand’s role as title sponsor of the Independence Bowl.
Duck Commander signed on as the Independence Bowl’s sixth title sponsor in February of 2014.
2014-15 Duck Season in Review
The year started strong with the early arrival of a blue northern cold front pushing through in mid November. A good many birds were harvested in north Louisiana during the first split due to this and the Duckmen’s optimism was through the roof. Predictions of a hard winter and good survey reports had everyone anticipating a banner year. The first couple weeks produced higher than average mallard numbers and the action was steady. Ducks...
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Phil Robertson made a decision to turn down a career in the NFL because he didn’t love the game. He was great at throwing a football but his heart was in the outdoors with dreams of making his livelihood doing what he loved, hunting and fishing. He has always said the reasons for success with Duck Commander duck calls were: a good idea, hard work, and Divine intervention. Prior to the first duck call being built for sale in 1972, Phil tinkered with many duck calls during duck seasons due to...
The first two thousand DC-200 (now known as the Classic Commander) were built in 1972. Phil contracted his design to a local woodworker to make the barrels and tone boards. He mainly traded fresh fish for the woodwork and used his commercial fishing operation to fund the duck call venture. The reeds were assembled by hand with a drill and a hammer was used to connect his new double reed system. It was Phil’s dad that later came up with the idea of a dimple in between the reeds to prevent the...
Contrary to popular belief among duck hunters, Wood Ducks can be called. Based on observation of Wood Ducks in the wild, it was determined that Wood Ducks have sitting sounds and flying sounds. The flying sounds are never made by Wood Ducks on the water and vice versa.
Since this is true, Phil began a quest to create the first Wood Duck call that could mimic the flying and sitting sounds of Wood Ducks. Through trial and error, and maybe Divine intervention, a Wood Duck call prototype...
With all ducks, the hen orates some sort of quack or growl while the drake vocalizes a whistle or buzz type sound.
One Christmas morning the Robertsons were gathered at Phil and Miss Kay’s, as is their custom, and a strange occurrence produced the now famous multi-purpose, 6 in 1 whistle. The Robertson family is quite numerous and despite the commotion of eating, gift-giving, and story-telling, Phil urged everyone to be silent. As the chaos slowly subsided it left one distinct...
The quack of a real Mallard does not echo. As duck call builders we describe this phenomenon as a ‘flat’, ‘nasally’ sound. Some scientists claim a ducks quack actually does echo but it is an ‘auditory illusion’, meaning the quack echoes just nothing hears it. Through the years Duck Commander has invented many calls that produced this non-echo flat sound. The frustration was that these calls were difficult to operate—especially for beginners —and required a lot of skill, practice, and air-...
Gadwall ducks have always been viewed by hunters as a bit unpredictable, erratic, and hard to call. There have been jokes from the Robertsons that the Gadwall is the ‘crazy Uncle Si’ of the duck family. The truth about Gadwalls is they are unique—the drakes do most of the talking. The Gadwall hen will do a three note, high pitch hail call much like a mallard hen, but the buzz sounds of the drake are way more prevalent in the wild. The Gadwall call came about one day in the duck blind when...