Kyle Conkle -  CEO      My name is Kyle Conkle and I am the CEO of Duck & Bone. I’m a proud southern boy that was raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and like many of you, have an extreme passion for the outdoors and hunting. I was raised around men that set an example of what it meant to be a leader, a provider, and a hunter. These men worked hard for what they had and came from little to nothing and what I picked up from them over the course of the past 25 years has led me to become the man I am today. My father had me and my brother in the woods since we were both very young and it quickly became our second home. There was an itch instilled at that time to work, scout, learn, grow and harvest that no one would ever take from us. At 20 years old, I knew that I wanted to develop a brand that superseded a product. I wanted to develop a brand that encompassed what I, and so many others, stand for. I wanted to promote a way of life that represents a dying breed of people that we so desperately need in this world, and what better way to do that than to design a logo that speaks to these individuals. Duck and deer hunters across this nation want a logo they can relate to, one that they understand, and that stands for a purpose.   Our purpose is to promote and demonstrate a lifestyle that reflects the heart of the outdoors, understands the core of hunting, and embraces God’s creation by gathering individuals passionate about duck hunting and deer hunting in order to preserve the distinct lifestyle we wouldn’t trade anything for. Join us.

Kyle Conkle - CEO

   My name is Kyle Conkle and I am the CEO of Duck & Bone. I’m a proud southern boy that was raised in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains and like many of you, have an extreme passion for the outdoors and hunting. I was raised around men that set an example of what it meant to be a leader, a provider, and a hunter. These men worked hard for what they had and came from little to nothing and what I picked up from them over the course of the past 25 years has led me to become the man I am today. My father had me and my brother in the woods since we were both very young and it quickly became our second home. There was an itch instilled at that time to work, scout, learn, grow and harvest that no one would ever take from us. At 20 years old, I knew that I wanted to develop a brand that superseded a product. I wanted to develop a brand that encompassed what I, and so many others, stand for. I wanted to promote a way of life that represents a dying breed of people that we so desperately need in this world, and what better way to do that than to design a logo that speaks to these individuals. Duck and deer hunters across this nation want a logo they can relate to, one that they understand, and that stands for a purpose.
Our purpose is to promote and demonstrate a lifestyle that reflects the heart of the outdoors, understands the core of hunting, and embraces God’s creation by gathering individuals passionate about duck hunting and deer hunting in order to preserve the distinct lifestyle we wouldn’t trade anything for. Join us.
 Clay Conkle   My name is Clay Conkle and I'm just a good ol' boy from Fort Payne, Alabama  . I've always loved the outdoors and that can be attributed to the Dad I have who got me involved in hunting when I was just a youngster. I can still remember going with him to shooting houses when I was so young I'd get *that look* for swinging my legs because my feet didn't touch and I didn't know any better because I was just excited to be in the woods with him. Fast forward a few years, I've been inclined to spend most of my time in the outdoors growing up and so much that I've accumulated around 15+ years experience being a conservationist. I picked up on chasing birds a little later into my teens, but the memories of those moments when they commit and time slows almost to a stop are priceless. I've hunted for multiple types of game statewide, but I got my feet wet on whitetails, waterfowl, and turkey around Northeast Alabama before branching out to different places in the Southeast later on into my hunting career. College years led me to Northwest corner of Alabama where I've spent many of hours on the water chasing webbed feet. I've also been to Tennessee chasing bucks, Arkansas chasing ducks, and Mississippi for the flyway there. In the spring, I can also be found chasing after those glorious thunder chickens. As you can tell, I like to spend every available minute in the woods or on the water because not only is it a healthy addiction, hunting is also an escape for me. I've found a closer connection to Christ through this passion, and I believe the outdoors is a great way to have future generations outside doing something worthwhile and being a steward of the land versus getting in trouble or staying inside playing video games and never experiencing the beauty of a crisp sunrise waking up God's creation. I know I will continue to benefit from hunting for years to come and want to expose as many others to this way of life as well. *Disclaimer - It's not for the faint of heart.

Clay Conkle

My name is Clay Conkle and I'm just a good ol' boy from Fort Payne, Alabama. I've always loved the outdoors and that can be attributed to the Dad I have who got me involved in hunting when I was just a youngster. I can still remember going with him to shooting houses when I was so young I'd get *that look* for swinging my legs because my feet didn't touch and I didn't know any better because I was just excited to be in the woods with him. Fast forward a few years, I've been inclined to spend most of my time in the outdoors growing up and so much that I've accumulated around 15+ years experience being a conservationist. I picked up on chasing birds a little later into my teens, but the memories of those moments when they commit and time slows almost to a stop are priceless. I've hunted for multiple types of game statewide, but I got my feet wet on whitetails, waterfowl, and turkey around Northeast Alabama before branching out to different places in the Southeast later on into my hunting career. College years led me to Northwest corner of Alabama where I've spent many of hours on the water chasing webbed feet. I've also been to Tennessee chasing bucks, Arkansas chasing ducks, and Mississippi for the flyway there. In the spring, I can also be found chasing after those glorious thunder chickens. As you can tell, I like to spend every available minute in the woods or on the water because not only is it a healthy addiction, hunting is also an escape for me. I've found a closer connection to Christ through this passion, and I believe the outdoors is a great way to have future generations outside doing something worthwhile and being a steward of the land versus getting in trouble or staying inside playing video games and never experiencing the beauty of a crisp sunrise waking up God's creation. I know I will continue to benefit from hunting for years to come and want to expose as many others to this way of life as well. *Disclaimer - It's not for the faint of heart.

 Greg Conkle   I am the Silver Fox.

Greg Conkle

I am the Silver Fox.

 Fred Stout   Name's Fred. Sand Mountain boy, born and raised. I'm the crazy video guy. Haven't shot a gun since Nam, but love being around family and good friends. Sharing the experiences in the woods with them is something I prepare for and look forward to all year. Oh yeah, I still use a flip phone too.

Fred Stout

Name's Fred. Sand Mountain boy, born and raised. I'm the crazy video guy. Haven't shot a gun since Nam, but love being around family and good friends. Sharing the experiences in the woods with them is something I prepare for and look forward to all year. Oh yeah, I still use a flip phone too.

 Jacob Stubblefield   Greg may be the Silver Fox, but I am the Red Fox.

Jacob Stubblefield

Greg may be the Silver Fox, but I am the Red Fox.

 Trey Mitchell   My name is Trey Mitchell. I am 28 years old and I was born and raised in the city of Florence, Alabama. To this day it is still where I live and work. I am employed full time at Underwood Baptist Church, where I serve as the College & Young Adult Pastor. I also have the joy and privilege to be married to the most amazing woman I have ever known, my wife, Ashley. I was introduced to hunting at a very young age by my Dad, who himself has always had a passion for the outdoors. It really all started for me at the age of 6 when I received my first BB gun, and became the most dominant predator our backyard has or will ever see. I can remember my Dad taking me deer hunting for the first time, and that was all that it took. An addiction was formed. I harvested my first whitetail when I was 9 and have been obsessed with “the chase” ever since then. I am a part of a hunting club that has land leased in the northwest corner of Alabama (Lauderdale County) as well as parts of southern Tennessee (Hardin County). Hunting has always been a passion of mine. But for me it is so much more than just the thrill of the harvest. Hunting to me is the camaraderie of hunting camp. It’s the memories that you make and share for a lifetime with friends and family. It’s the lessons that are taught from when hard work, patience and persistence culminate in success. It’s more than playing, it’s providing. It’s passing on the tradition. It’s the time spent alone in creation connecting with the Almighty Creator. It’s being responsible with what He has given us dominion over. All of these reasons, and more, is why I support Duck & Bone. For us, it is more than just connecting people to something through the outdoors, it is connecting them to Someone.

Trey Mitchell

My name is Trey Mitchell. I am 28 years old and I was born and raised in the city of Florence, Alabama. To this day it is still where I live and work. I am employed full time at Underwood Baptist Church, where I serve as the College & Young Adult Pastor. I also have the joy and privilege to be married to the most amazing woman I have ever known, my wife, Ashley. I was introduced to hunting at a very young age by my Dad, who himself has always had a passion for the outdoors. It really all started for me at the age of 6 when I received my first BB gun, and became the most dominant predator our backyard has or will ever see. I can remember my Dad taking me deer hunting for the first time, and that was all that it took. An addiction was formed. I harvested my first whitetail when I was 9 and have been obsessed with “the chase” ever since then. I am a part of a hunting club that has land leased in the northwest corner of Alabama (Lauderdale County) as well as parts of southern Tennessee (Hardin County). Hunting has always been a passion of mine. But for me it is so much more than just the thrill of the harvest. Hunting to me is the camaraderie of hunting camp. It’s the memories that you make and share for a lifetime with friends and family. It’s the lessons that are taught from when hard work, patience and persistence culminate in success. It’s more than playing, it’s providing. It’s passing on the tradition. It’s the time spent alone in creation connecting with the Almighty Creator. It’s being responsible with what He has given us dominion over. All of these reasons, and more, is why I support Duck & Bone. For us, it is more than just connecting people to something through the outdoors, it is connecting them to Someone.

 Alan Kimbrel   I am Alan Kimbrel, born and raised in Huntsville Alabama. I have always loved and enjoyed spending time in the outdoors and got into hunting when I was in high school. My oldest brother, Craig Kimbrel, is the person who influenced, taught, and has made it possible for me to be able to strategically and effectively harvest mature whitetail bucks over the past 8 years of my hunting career. I have had the opportunity to hunt amazing property here in the State of Alabama where I've been blessed to harvest 5 great Mature bucks as well as Tennessee at my home property where I have harvested 2 great whitetails both scoring well over 130. I am currently focusing on harvesting every animal with my compound bow, and am very passionate about capturing every hunt/harvest on camera. The reason why I hunt is to spend time in the outdoors with friends and create relationships that will last a lifetime. I support the mission of Duck & Bone because I believe that the founder Kyle Conkle and all the ambassadors of this brand represent the hunting industry as true, legal, and ethical hunters who believe that God has blessed us all as hunters to play our part in the world of hunting. 

Alan Kimbrel

I am Alan Kimbrel, born and raised in Huntsville Alabama. I have always loved and enjoyed spending time in the outdoors and got into hunting when I was in high school. My oldest brother, Craig Kimbrel, is the person who influenced, taught, and has made it possible for me to be able to strategically and effectively harvest mature whitetail bucks over the past 8 years of my hunting career. I have had the opportunity to hunt amazing property here in the State of Alabama where I've been blessed to harvest 5 great Mature bucks as well as Tennessee at my home property where I have harvested 2 great whitetails both scoring well over 130. I am currently focusing on harvesting every animal with my compound bow, and am very passionate about capturing every hunt/harvest on camera. The reason why I hunt is to spend time in the outdoors with friends and create relationships that will last a lifetime. I support the mission of Duck & Bone because I believe that the founder Kyle Conkle and all the ambassadors of this brand represent the hunting industry as true, legal, and ethical hunters who believe that God has blessed us all as hunters to play our part in the world of hunting. 

 Brice Bishop   My name is Brice Bishop and I’m the Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at the University of North Alabama. In terms of age, I’m in the age class of the Silver Fox. I’m hoping the two of us old guys can bring some sanity to all these young bucks, or ducks. Growing up playing all sports, I didn’t have a lot of time to devote to hunting. An occasional squirrel hunt was all the hunting I had time for. I spent most of my outdoor time fishing or water skiing. I got into deer hunting after finishing my playing career and was hooked form the first hunt. Sitting in a tree at daylight and watching God’s creation come alive is one of the most humbling experience there is. When I think of hunting, I immediately think of Family. Dad taking me and my brothers squirrel hunting is family. My brother and I trying to figure deer hunting out and doing everything wrong is family. Passing my love for the outdoors and hunting to my son and daughters is family. I’ve never experienced any greater excitement than being there when my son took his first deer with his rifle, Or when he shot his first deer with his bow, or my daughter taking her first deer with her gun. Bow hunting is where I find my passion when I go to the woods. So as long as there are deer in the woods, I’ll be carrying my bow and chasing them.

Brice Bishop

My name is Brice Bishop and I’m the Men’s and Women’s Tennis Coach at the University of North Alabama. In terms of age, I’m in the age class of the Silver Fox. I’m hoping the two of us old guys can bring some sanity to all these young bucks, or ducks. Growing up playing all sports, I didn’t have a lot of time to devote to hunting. An occasional squirrel hunt was all the hunting I had time for. I spent most of my outdoor time fishing or water skiing. I got into deer hunting after finishing my playing career and was hooked form the first hunt. Sitting in a tree at daylight and watching God’s creation come alive is one of the most humbling experience there is. When I think of hunting, I immediately think of Family. Dad taking me and my brothers squirrel hunting is family. My brother and I trying to figure deer hunting out and doing everything wrong is family. Passing my love for the outdoors and hunting to my son and daughters is family. I’ve never experienced any greater excitement than being there when my son took his first deer with his rifle, Or when he shot his first deer with his bow, or my daughter taking her first deer with her gun. Bow hunting is where I find my passion when I go to the woods. So as long as there are deer in the woods, I’ll be carrying my bow and chasing them.

 Ben Richards   My name is Ben Richards and I am 21 years old. I am from Haleyville, AL, and currently attend the the University of Alabama. Growing up in a small, rural town, we had three options to choose from; being in the woods, playing sports, and loving the Lord. Luckily, I got all three. My father, Britt Richards planted the seed of me becoming being an avid outdoorsman at a very young age. I started waterfowl hunting when I was around six years old and immediately fell in love with the sport. For the last 15 years and counting, "Britto" has taught me many, many life lessons standing in knee deep water hugged up to a big cypress tree. There's absolutely nothing in this world (to me) that can compare to getting to hunt with him. He's preached to me for years that the harvest of ducks means nothing, that it's about so much more than that. It's taken me a while to understand what he's referring to, but over the last three years, it finally clicked. He's taught me to enjoy everything outside the harvest. The sunrise, that 15 minutes before shooting time where everything is completely still and whistling wings fly over head, hanging out with friends and family at the camp, the list is limitless. Whether we kill 100 or zero, it's always a pleasure. My love for chasing Mallard ducks across the Arkansas prairie and the Mississippi delta is second to none. My favorite type of waterfowl hunting is in the Arkansas flooded green timber. There is no greater feeling of accomplishment than bringing mega wads of Mallards through the trees into the hole. If I am not in the woods, I'll be in a flooded rice field chasing ducks and geese around. I also enjoy the occasional deer hunt. My time is dedicated to waterfowl but it's always nice to escape reality and get in a tree stand. During the off-season, you can find me on the Tennessee River strolling around for large and small-mouth bass. When times are right on the river, it gives waterfowl hunting a run for its money. Anything that involves me being in or around God's creation is always something special. It's my life.

Ben Richards

My name is Ben Richards and I am 21 years old. I am from Haleyville, AL, and currently attend the the University of Alabama. Growing up in a small, rural town, we had three options to choose from; being in the woods, playing sports, and loving the Lord. Luckily, I got all three. My father, Britt Richards planted the seed of me becoming being an avid outdoorsman at a very young age. I started waterfowl hunting when I was around six years old and immediately fell in love with the sport. For the last 15 years and counting, "Britto" has taught me many, many life lessons standing in knee deep water hugged up to a big cypress tree. There's absolutely nothing in this world (to me) that can compare to getting to hunt with him. He's preached to me for years that the harvest of ducks means nothing, that it's about so much more than that. It's taken me a while to understand what he's referring to, but over the last three years, it finally clicked. He's taught me to enjoy everything outside the harvest. The sunrise, that 15 minutes before shooting time where everything is completely still and whistling wings fly over head, hanging out with friends and family at the camp, the list is limitless. Whether we kill 100 or zero, it's always a pleasure. My love for chasing Mallard ducks across the Arkansas prairie and the Mississippi delta is second to none. My favorite type of waterfowl hunting is in the Arkansas flooded green timber. There is no greater feeling of accomplishment than bringing mega wads of Mallards through the trees into the hole. If I am not in the woods, I'll be in a flooded rice field chasing ducks and geese around. I also enjoy the occasional deer hunt. My time is dedicated to waterfowl but it's always nice to escape reality and get in a tree stand. During the off-season, you can find me on the Tennessee River strolling around for large and small-mouth bass. When times are right on the river, it gives waterfowl hunting a run for its money. Anything that involves me being in or around God's creation is always something special. It's my life.

 Jess Smith   What's up?! I'm Jess Smith, 23 years old and Fort Payne, AL born and raised. I can remember being six or seven years old and becoming infatuated with my brother in law, Todd's, hunting stories and his trophy bucks. My parents weren't advocates of hunting to say the least. My mom thought the handling of guns would somehow scar me for life and my dad would faint at the sight of blood. Despite the adversity, I begged for the opportunity to tag along on one of Todd's deer hunting excursions and finally, at the age of 10, my parents agreed to let me join in on the action. For the next six years, I would hunt every chance I had with Todd, spending my weekends and holiday breaks at the hunting camp. Todd taught me everything I would need to know about being a great hunter because he is a great hunter, indeed. Not only did he equip me with the knowledge required to be a successful hunter, but more importantly, he taught me what it was to be a man of God. Some of the greatest lessons I've ever received were given to me during 4:30 a.m. truck rides to the stand or late nights around the bonfire before a long day of hunting. Todd invested in me and changed my life in the greatest way imaginable. It's simple, I love to hunt because of the beauty and serenity that surrounds us through God's creation. It is more than a kill. It is a deep appreciation for the many blessings that surround us. Today, you can find me in a duck blind on the backwaters of the Tennessee River the majority of the time, but occasionally I'll make that trek up a tree during the rut. My best friends and I meet up every year, and for a few months we are able to participate in something we all are very passionate about, creating some of the greatest memories we all will ever share. I believe in Duck and Bone because of the mission. We aren't guys who are consumed with the kill. Of course we enjoy harvesting these beautiful animals and stocking our freezers, but that isn't what drives us. Every one of these guys are committed to a bigger purpose and that purpose is to demonstrate our faith with the hope that it will impact someone's life forever. We have no better platform to serve on than the one the Creator has so abundantly blessed us with. That's my goal, and if I can knock down a few ducks and bones along the way, the sweeter this life will be.

Jess Smith

What's up?! I'm Jess Smith, 23 years old and Fort Payne, AL born and raised. I can remember being six or seven years old and becoming infatuated with my brother in law, Todd's, hunting stories and his trophy bucks. My parents weren't advocates of hunting to say the least. My mom thought the handling of guns would somehow scar me for life and my dad would faint at the sight of blood. Despite the adversity, I begged for the opportunity to tag along on one of Todd's deer hunting excursions and finally, at the age of 10, my parents agreed to let me join in on the action. For the next six years, I would hunt every chance I had with Todd, spending my weekends and holiday breaks at the hunting camp. Todd taught me everything I would need to know about being a great hunter because he is a great hunter, indeed. Not only did he equip me with the knowledge required to be a successful hunter, but more importantly, he taught me what it was to be a man of God. Some of the greatest lessons I've ever received were given to me during 4:30 a.m. truck rides to the stand or late nights around the bonfire before a long day of hunting. Todd invested in me and changed my life in the greatest way imaginable. It's simple, I love to hunt because of the beauty and serenity that surrounds us through God's creation. It is more than a kill. It is a deep appreciation for the many blessings that surround us. Today, you can find me in a duck blind on the backwaters of the Tennessee River the majority of the time, but occasionally I'll make that trek up a tree during the rut. My best friends and I meet up every year, and for a few months we are able to participate in something we all are very passionate about, creating some of the greatest memories we all will ever share. I believe in Duck and Bone because of the mission. We aren't guys who are consumed with the kill. Of course we enjoy harvesting these beautiful animals and stocking our freezers, but that isn't what drives us. Every one of these guys are committed to a bigger purpose and that purpose is to demonstrate our faith with the hope that it will impact someone's life forever. We have no better platform to serve on than the one the Creator has so abundantly blessed us with. That's my goal, and if I can knock down a few ducks and bones along the way, the sweeter this life will be.

 Dylan Boston   My name is Dylan Boston I was born and raised in Sheffield Alabama. I attended the university of North Alabama where I played baseball and found a life long friend in some teammates with a dream. We believed in hard work and dedication to our sport and shared a passion for the great outdoors. I am currently a tree trimmer for Sheffield utilities and hope to one day be a lineman. I was introduced to the outdoors at a young age by my dad and uncles in western Colbert county and it was all she wrote from there. I have been an avid whitetail hunter since I can remember back to 6 years old. I was introduced to bow hunting at 14 and that has truly turned out to be a passion that I have pursued ever since then. I'm pretty blue collar when it comes to my hunting set up I carry a summit climbing stand and compound bow with me as well as a map of every piece of public land as possible. I use a boat to hunt islands and TVA recreational lands to hunt for that swamp donkey that's been slipping through those cypress trees on 7 mile island for years. God truly is an Awesome creator and I am especially blessed with all the wildlife he has blessed us with to harvest and give thanksgiving for the food it provides. Genesis 27:3 live love it respect it

Dylan Boston

My name is Dylan Boston I was born and raised in Sheffield Alabama. I attended the university of North Alabama where I played baseball and found a life long friend in some teammates with a dream. We believed in hard work and dedication to our sport and shared a passion for the great outdoors. I am currently a tree trimmer for Sheffield utilities and hope to one day be a lineman. I was introduced to the outdoors at a young age by my dad and uncles in western Colbert county and it was all she wrote from there. I have been an avid whitetail hunter since I can remember back to 6 years old. I was introduced to bow hunting at 14 and that has truly turned out to be a passion that I have pursued ever since then. I'm pretty blue collar when it comes to my hunting set up I carry a summit climbing stand and compound bow with me as well as a map of every piece of public land as possible. I use a boat to hunt islands and TVA recreational lands to hunt for that swamp donkey that's been slipping through those cypress trees on 7 mile island for years. God truly is an Awesome creator and I am especially blessed with all the wildlife he has blessed us with to harvest and give thanksgiving for the food it provides. Genesis 27:3 live love it respect it

 Ryan Rogers   My name is Ryan Rogers I was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but was raised here in North Alabama. I’m a graduate From the University of North Alabama with a degree in Mathematics, and there is no place I’d rather be than the outdoors. I grew up crappie fishing with my grandfather at a young age but was not introduced to hunting til' I was in high school by a friend who took me duck hunting to help me relax and get my mind off some things going on in life. I was hooked once I saw the sunrise and that first gadwall sit into the decoys. I have chased ducks ever since and bucks when I get the opportunity. I hunt all up and down the Tennessee River and currently have a lease in Kennett, Missouri. Me and my brother often catch grief from our family for being rednecks, but nothing can change my passion for this hobby. I love introducing new people to the sport since that’s how I came into it, and even recently hooked my soon to be brother in-law who has joined me for the Missouri lease this year. Being an outdoorsman is something that is year-round for me whether it be kayak fishing the creek in the summer or sitting in a duck blind New Year’s morning. It’s on my mind 24/7. No matter what activity I’m doing one thing I’m reminded of especially when the sun rises over the decoys is my Creator. I enjoy thinking of the love Christ has for me every morning as I watch that sunrise and feel at one with Him and His creation. I originally connected with Kyle through the church I attend, Underwood Baptist, and our love for Christ and the outdoors formed an instant friendship. I love that this product has more behind it than just the harvest because the life that is in Christ and his creation is most important. I know we live out these lifestyles and we hope that you will do the same or at least give it a chance!

Ryan Rogers

My name is Ryan Rogers I was born in Baton Rouge, Louisiana but was raised here in North Alabama. I’m a graduate From the University of North Alabama with a degree in Mathematics, and there is no place I’d rather be than the outdoors. I grew up crappie fishing with my grandfather at a young age but was not introduced to hunting til' I was in high school by a friend who took me duck hunting to help me relax and get my mind off some things going on in life. I was hooked once I saw the sunrise and that first gadwall sit into the decoys. I have chased ducks ever since and bucks when I get the opportunity. I hunt all up and down the Tennessee River and currently have a lease in Kennett, Missouri. Me and my brother often catch grief from our family for being rednecks, but nothing can change my passion for this hobby. I love introducing new people to the sport since that’s how I came into it, and even recently hooked my soon to be brother in-law who has joined me for the Missouri lease this year. Being an outdoorsman is something that is year-round for me whether it be kayak fishing the creek in the summer or sitting in a duck blind New Year’s morning. It’s on my mind 24/7. No matter what activity I’m doing one thing I’m reminded of especially when the sun rises over the decoys is my Creator. I enjoy thinking of the love Christ has for me every morning as I watch that sunrise and feel at one with Him and His creation. I originally connected with Kyle through the church I attend, Underwood Baptist, and our love for Christ and the outdoors formed an instant friendship. I love that this product has more behind it than just the harvest because the life that is in Christ and his creation is most important. I know we live out these lifestyles and we hope that you will do the same or at least give it a chance!

 Bradley Bailey   I am Bradley Bailey and I was born and raised in Haleyville, AL. I grew up in the outdoors and have countless memories on the lake or in the woods with my dad or my friends. From the time I could walk, I had a bow in my hand wanting to fill dad's shoes of his passion for hunting. Growing up I was never allowed to play video games or watch TV much, so I spent my time in the woods hunting down every bird, squirrel, or rabbit I could get a shot at with my BB gun. I will be forever thankful for the way my parents raised me because hunting and fishing is more than just about the kill, it's the life lessons and quality time spent with Christ. I'm in the outdoors year around whether it be on a creek bank fishing in June or 25 feet up in a tree chasing whitetails in November. One of my favorite things about hunting is seeing the night turn into day and watching the woods come to life. The sunrise in the woods is humbling and shows how truly amazing our God is. Duck & Bone is a group of guys who love spending time and telling stories about the outdoors, but most importantly, a fellowship of brothers who share their love for Christ.

Bradley Bailey

I am Bradley Bailey and I was born and raised in Haleyville, AL. I grew up in the outdoors and have countless memories on the lake or in the woods with my dad or my friends. From the time I could walk, I had a bow in my hand wanting to fill dad's shoes of his passion for hunting. Growing up I was never allowed to play video games or watch TV much, so I spent my time in the woods hunting down every bird, squirrel, or rabbit I could get a shot at with my BB gun. I will be forever thankful for the way my parents raised me because hunting and fishing is more than just about the kill, it's the life lessons and quality time spent with Christ. I'm in the outdoors year around whether it be on a creek bank fishing in June or 25 feet up in a tree chasing whitetails in November. One of my favorite things about hunting is seeing the night turn into day and watching the woods come to life. The sunrise in the woods is humbling and shows how truly amazing our God is. Duck & Bone is a group of guys who love spending time and telling stories about the outdoors, but most importantly, a fellowship of brothers who share their love for Christ.

 Colton Wadkins   Howdy! My name is Colton Wadkins and I'm from Mobile, Alabama. I'm currently enrolled at the University of North Alabama, where I am also on the football team. Growing up, my father always had me outside instilling the value and tradition of the hunt into my heart at a very early age. I was taught that while catching fish and killing deer are incredible moments in life, the memories made from fellowship while being outdoors is what really matters. Now that I'm grown, I recognize the importance to teach the younger generations to value the outdoors as a sanctuary as my father taught me. Giving back is what it's all about. I also like to play guitar and write a little music from time to time. God bless!

Colton Wadkins

Howdy! My name is Colton Wadkins and I'm from Mobile, Alabama. I'm currently enrolled at the University of North Alabama, where I am also on the football team. Growing up, my father always had me outside instilling the value and tradition of the hunt into my heart at a very early age. I was taught that while catching fish and killing deer are incredible moments in life, the memories made from fellowship while being outdoors is what really matters. Now that I'm grown, I recognize the importance to teach the younger generations to value the outdoors as a sanctuary as my father taught me. Giving back is what it's all about. I also like to play guitar and write a little music from time to time. God bless!

 Will Bishop   My name is Will Bishop and I am 23 years old. I have been in love with the outdoors ever since I could walk. The best memories I've ever had have been deer hunting in southern Tennessee with my dad. Hunting has always been a big thing for the men in my family. From my uncle and cousin to my dad and me, we've spent many days talking about the previous hunt and better ways to harvest deer. There are many life lessons to be learned from the outdoors and they should be passed down from one generation to another. Duck & Bone is about passing those life lessons down, and I'm excited to be a part of this team. Hunting is not a hobby for us, it is a lifestyle.

Will Bishop

My name is Will Bishop and I am 23 years old. I have been in love with the outdoors ever since I could walk. The best memories I've ever had have been deer hunting in southern Tennessee with my dad. Hunting has always been a big thing for the men in my family. From my uncle and cousin to my dad and me, we've spent many days talking about the previous hunt and better ways to harvest deer. There are many life lessons to be learned from the outdoors and they should be passed down from one generation to another. Duck & Bone is about passing those life lessons down, and I'm excited to be a part of this team. Hunting is not a hobby for us, it is a lifestyle.