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Duck & Duck Call Stories

Duck Hunting On Broadwater
by Bill Brady

I killed my first duck on Broadwater.  That's what we called the wide place on the Cache River where my dad and some of his hunting buddies had a duck blind.  I will never forget it.... more »

Duck Hunter's Daughter
by Lee McGill Jones

Sung to the tune of Loretta Lynn's "Coal Miner's Daughter." That would be me, Ed McGill's oldest child. ... EdMcGill, frequently spoken using both first name and last by friends and family alike, except children and young people who called him Mr. Ed... more »

by Jerry King

Coach Curtis King, the legendary football coach and Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame member from Augusta was  as avid  a duck hunter as you could ever find.  A duck blind in Black Swamp provided him the opportunity to spread his tall tales even further than the football fields. more »

The First Snazz
by Charles Mills

When I first went hunting with Jerry Billy Pendergist, we were kids tagging along with his dad. Jerry got to go because he was blood. I got to go because I could call ducks — barely. My call of choice was a Cajun. It was easy to blow and cost about three dollars... more »

Caller in a Day
by Henry Bishop

This is a short story for duck hunters wanting to improve their ability to call ducks.

I have been duck hunting in Arkansas for over 30 years. Most of my hunting has been in the flooded timber of the Cache River. I live in southeast Georgia, St. Simons Island, on the coast so I am able to get to Arkansas maybe 3 times each year... more »

The Quickstudy
by Lynn Holler

Jerry Billy Pendergist and I have been hunting ducks for some 47 years. I don't know exactly why, but for the first 15 or so years I never put a duck call to my lips... more »




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