North Dakota Mixed Grill

December 4, 2017 - Last weekend’s Duck Camp was a 1,500-square-foot clapboard house clinging to the soil on the tundra that we call North Dakota.  The house was built in the early 20th century, and while it has been updated to accommodate a few modern comforts, when you’re staying there, you can’t help but feel…nostalgic.  The reason I came back to the house last weekend was the same reason I do every year – an annual pilgrimage undertaken by a couple of family members for a weekend of chasing rooster pheasants, sitting for ducks, and this year, sneaking up on geese. 
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Duck Camp on the Nueces

November 22, 2017 - It was five in the morning, pitch black, and we couldn’t find the trail we were looking for. Fortunately, the ranch we were hunting on had been in my “Uncle” Chuck’s family for generations and he knew how to get us down to the spot we were looking for, trail or no trail.
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Duck Camp: Opening Day 2017

November 4, 2017 - Because this is the place we go to escape the city lights and the pressures that life presents. This is where we always have the extra time to tell that long story and ignite those brotherly belly laughs.  This is the feeling. This is Duck Camp.   
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