The Duck Commandress
Sea Duck hunting has been described as a hunt reserved for only the most die hard fools. Those dedicated few who are willing to risk their life against the harsh, bone chilling, winter weather that Mother Nature dispenses along the northeast coast in January. Conditions can be downright nasty, with temperatures below zero and fierce winds blowing in off of the whitecap ocean that coat everything with a layer of ice in a matter of seconds. This includes boots, guns, decoys and frozen hands when setting out the decoys.