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In this episode of Honor, we follow Jack Zimmerman on a waterfowl hunt in Maine. See how Jack used his obsession with training dogs to overcome adversity after getting hit by an IED in Afghanistan. Always be sure to thank a veteran for their service and sacrifice.
This episode of “Family Tree” features Mossy Oak’s Jeff Shelby as he shares his gratitude for his upbringing in the outdoors. Their father/son experience in the outdoors was one of sacrifice and Jeff sees it full circle on a Kansas waterfowl hunt.
“Looking back on it now, the weekends my dad sa...
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.
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...
Ducks Unlimited’s film tells a story of strong bonds built in the outdoors. “Heartland Heritage” visits Daniel Lacy and Chris Martin of Kansas City, Missouri. The two friends, co-workers, hunting partners and DU volunteers share a passion for waterfowling and conservation.
In Ducks Unlimited’s film “Charleston, Mississippi,” three current and former Ducks Unlimited employees get together for a few days of outstanding waterfowling while reflecting on their careers in the outdoors and conservation.
“A lot of people ask, when they talk about waterfowlers in general...
Hunting isnt always about the "kill", but then again nobody complains about the hunts when the "kill" is what you remember. The 2018 Canada trip for Spence and the Rolling Thunder crew was one of those trips
Ducks Unlimited’s film joins the Hautman brothers on a special waterfowling trip to North Dakota. Joe, Jim and Bob Hautman are renowned wildlife artists and perennial winners of the federal duck stamp contest.
“The great thing about hunting in North Dakota mainly is not just the beauty of the ...