2012-13 84 hunters 310 ducks harvested for an average of 3.69 birds per hunter.
2013-14 87 hunters 418 ducks harvested for an average of 4.80 birds per hunter.
2014-15 182 hunters 933 ducks harvested for an average of 5.13 birds per hunter.
This season has provided FCN and my clients with many a memorable hunt. From 6-gun limits in 27 minutes to a spectacular shooting exhibition where I personally witness a group from the Frisco Gun Club shoot 36 out of 45 ducks that came to our pond.
Master chef Scott Romano of the Frisco Gun Club prepared the most delicious duck sausage from this outing and was kind enough to bring me a sampling the following weekend. NEVER have I had anything close to this good!
Several of the corporate groups as well as a few individuals have already inquired about reserving dates for next season. As many of you have experienced this last season, the word of our success has finally gotten out and as a result I was completely booked for the remainder of the season just a week after the 2nd split. I certainly appreciated your enthusiasm. Once I catch my breath from this last season I will dive into creating and adding a calendar feature on this site so you can see at a glance what dates are available. I'd strongly suggest getting with me come August/September to reserve your spots for next season.
I plan on continuing to diligently search for and obtain 5-10 more quality pieces of water all prefereably still in the local DFW area. If any of you are aware of property owners open to the idea of leasing their ponds to a professional and courteous outfitter, please do not hesitate to get in contact with me. We can work out a finder's fee, reduced rate for next season or something to show my appreciation for your help.
The clothing drive was a smashing success. Ended up with 3 pickup trucks full of cloths that were donated to the homeless this season. I sincerely appreciated all those that contributed to the support of the less fortunate. Y'all rock!
I enjoyed the heck out of this season guys & gals and look forward, dare I say, to an even better season next year!
Take care and God bless.