Scraps of Wisdom: A Few Notes on Father's Day

At Duck Camp, we live for moments—the frigid wait for the first flock, cleaning shotguns at the table, or waiting for a bass to sip that fly off the surface. These moments make up our life in the outdoors more than any number of fish in the cooler or birds harvested. And, if we’re lucky enough, they aren’t created alone. They’re made with our fa...
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Two Springs

By Dave Fason The current state of the world is a complete mess. People are dealing with types of added stress and anxiety that has never been dealt with before. As for me, I am no different. I would describe myself as very fortunate. My wife is able to work remote from home and I still have random freelance work. My spare time has been filled ...
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Making the Most of ‘Em: Duck Feather Flies

I think every fly fisher turned duck hunter (or vice versa) has thought at least once: “Hmm, I wonder if I can make use of these feathers.” While most fly tying materials are either dyed mammal fur, synthetic fibers, or feathers that come from tricked out chickens, your harvested waterfowl can yield some pretty useful materials. This is about a very specific feather in a very specific location, that you can easily pluck, slap on a hook, and toss into a stream on your next trout adventure.
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