One Sunrise; Multiple Memories

As the last week of the 2017-2018 waterfowl season has come, i started reflecting back today on the season as a whole. Its has seemed at times like both a marathon and a sprint to stay amongst the ducks, but not everything comes easy. we’ve hunted in near record low temperatures for the state and swatted mosquitoes in december but such seems to be the random patterns of North Carolina weather.  Sharing experiences with youth outdoors has been the highlight for me so far. Seeing the anticipation at first light and the amazement in a young hunters eyes as a group of divers cut into the decoys like little jets from above sets a smile on my face every-time. When i was young all i wanted to do was to be in the woods or on the water; and when you see young people this day in age with the same enthusiasm and passion for being in mother nature and chasing wild game its good to know that a foundation for the longevity of this sport is being set.

Again i would like to give a big THANK YOU to all the ladies and gentlemen who have hunted with us this season and the best part is…. its not over yet.

Thanks Friends,

– Capt. Jennings


Wind, Snow & Ice: Duck Guides

Finally the freeze up gave us strong numbers of fresh birds; which made for good gunning. Nearly good enough to forget about how cold our feet were with the 9 degree temperature and strong wind chill. Hunting in these conditions is never easy, but was truly an experience and thankfully rewarding. Having great people to share sunrises with definitely makes a difference and i cant wait to see what the rest of the season holds.

Stay safe friends and good gunning!

– Capt. Jennings


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