MEMPHIS, Tenn. August 7, 2017 This week on Ducks Unlimited TV, the crew visits waterfowling hot spots on different coasts. First, Field Hudnall hunts with passionate DU leaders in Californias Central Valley. Then Wade Bourne hunts the marshes of coastal Louisiana with an 89-year-old DU volunteer.

Northern California is a place I dont get to visit very often, but when I do I love it, said Hudnall. Its another reminder of how Ducks Unlimiteds efforts reach from west coast to east coast, north to south.

A number of years ago I wrote an article that included Mr. Ted Beaullieu, patriarch of the Beaullieu family, said Bourne. Mr. Ted is 89 years old. He has hunted all his life. Hes still out here and gets up before anybody. Mr. Ted Beaullieu started hunting in 1937, when he was 10 years old; 1937 was the year that Ducks Unlimited was founded. Hes probably one of the very few hunters in the country that you could say that about.

Also on DU TV this week: DU CEO Dale Hall talks about the organizations 80th anniversary and its conservation achievements. Ducks Unlimited magazine shotgunning columnist Phil Bourjaily explains how to determine which eye is your dominant eye, and what to do if you are cross-eye dominant. And retriever trainer Mike Stewart discusses the importance of proper nutrition in getting the best performance from your dog.

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