MEMPHIS, Tenn. August 28, 2017 This week on Ducks Unlimited TV, Ainsley Beeman is in the flooded timber of Arkansas, introducing her best friend to duck hunting. Then she heads south through the Delta to join the Mossy Oak team in Mississippi.

I was so excited, because I got to bring my best friend, Margot, along with me, said Beeman. Shes never been on a duck hunt before, and shes always wanted to go. So it was a super special moment for both of us.

Then, Ainsley and staff from Mossy Oak spend several days on the road in Mississippi trying to find some late-season ducks and celebrating the new partnership between Mossy Oak and DU.
Being able to work with Ducks Unlimited on a professional level over the years has been very gratifying, said Mossy Oak President Bill Sugg. But I dont think its ever been more rewarding and satisfying to us than the opportunity we have now with Mossy Oak being the official camo of Ducks Unlimited. Were very humbled that were able to do that.
Also on DU TV this week: DU CEO Dale Hall talks about the abundant waterfowl habitats in Arkansas and the states contributions to conservation. Retriever trainer Mike Stewart explains why it's important to train your retriever on land before heading to the water. And Slayton Gearin demonstrates how to control your air output to be more effective when calling ducks.
DU TV airs Mondays at 1 a.m., Tuesdays at 8:30 a.m., Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and Saturdays at 8:30 p.m. (all times Eastern) on the Pursuit Channel. All episodes, plus bonus content and classic episodes, can be found at
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