Blue Collar • DU Films
Ducks Unlimited's film visits Mike Hruby, a DU volunteer, major donor and decoy carver from Texas. Hunting with Mike and his friends on the Texas coast, the DU Films crew discovers what makes a blue collar guy like Mike so passionate about waterfowling and giving back to conservation.
“I wasn’t cut out for college, so I joined the Marine Corps,” said Hruby. “When I got finished with that, I chose the blue collar way of life and I am currently a Head Journeyman Lineman for CenterPoint Energy. The guys you see running around in bucket trucks and hard hats, that’s us out there working long hours and getting everybody’s power back on.”
Up Next in Season 1
Succession Planning • DU Films
Ducks Unlimited's film visits three generations of duck hunters sharing cherished traditions and valuable life lessons amid the flooded fields and timber of Arkansas.
Stephen Reynolds, a longtime Ducks Unlimited volunteer and former national secretary for the organization, invited his son-in-l...
Carving the Chesapeake • DU Films
Ducks Unlimited’s film visits three generations of the Jobes family in Havre de Grace, Md.
The Jobes, who are Chesapeake Bay watermen, professional decoy carvers and longtime supporters of Ducks Unlimited, practice a unique style of hunting they call “body-booting.” The hunters don survival su...
Father's Footsteps • DU Films
Ducks Unlimited’s film chronicles a special father-son reunion amid the rice fields and sloughs near Stuttgart, Arkansas.
Bill Allen was a long-time regional director for Ducks Unlimited in Minnesota. His son, Barry, is a current DU regional director in Montana.
“Dad and I sat in duck blin...