Early in his adult life, Todd Points learned about and fell in love with bird hunting. And when Todd does something, he does it all the way. Family that farmed over in eastern Oregon. And at one time I had a square mile with a river running right through the property and ponds that I had complete access to. I ran all the hunting there. Eventually we ended up leasing it for nothing. Anybody knew what I was paying for that, and it was split between me and my dad and a couple of my friends. It was less than 500 bucks each for a whole year. I didn't know how spoiled we were. I mean, we built a duck blind and it was unbelievable. Green head hunting. And we'd go limit ducks and drive our trucks over the blind, change our clothes and start right at our duck blind and go hunt for two hours for pheasants and quail. And when I really got crazy, I would leave that farm and go up in the hills and shoot chuckers the same day. When I first hunted out there a lot, I didn't know what the coin a duck was. I'd never even heard of it. We would just go jump, shoot. One of my cousins said, hey, I think we could decoy here. I'm like, what? I don't know what you're talking about. We sat out in the cold all morning. Really cold. My cousin could not blow a duck call. I mean, it sounded more like a kids party with a bunch of kazoos. They have those kids. It was terrible, but I didn't know any difference. One green head hooked and came right in and decoyed right into the decoys. All three of us pulled up and shot. I lost my mind. I bought a CD and duck calls and. Speaker1: Really did his homework and became an honest to goodness, super enthusiastic duck hunter among other birds.