What makes your outdoor adventures so memorable? Is it the journey, or what you did when you got there? I pondered those questions last weekend as I watched my 4-year-old little boy set the hook on his first legitimate fish catch. Not necessarily his first fish, but definitely the first unassisted c ...0 Comments
I was fully prepared to blog about my recent Xtreme Bulls experience in Rapid City, South Dakota, but then I read about the 2011 Gilded Age Fall Fashion Show on the official Chippewa Boots Facebook page and decided to expand the scope of my monthly commentary.
As an avid outdoorsman, television p ...0 Comments
For the highly anticipated launch of Living In Chippewa Boots Season 2 I decided to kick-off our monthly boot discussion at a 1,200-acre duck club, an hour north of Seattle, Washington on the Snohomish River. This historic flood plain located between Snohomish and Monroe, Washington has slowly been ...0 Comments
After five DUTV hunts in seven weeks I was ready for a break. I was anxious to drop the duck gear in the garage and enjoy some much-needed time at home with the family. But, I did manage one free morning. So, what’s an outdoor television producer to do? Go hunting!
With my wife at work and the bo ...0 Comments
As a member of the Ducks Unlimited TV crew I have been fortunate to work and hunt with some of the best outfitters, guides, callers, and dogs in the waterfowl industry. In last eight weeks we have diligently followed the fall migration south from Alberta and Saskatchewan to North Dakota, Wisconsin, ...0 Comments