We at J&H Waterfowl first and foremost strive to promote Ethics, Conservation, and Strong Moral Convictions in the sport of hunting. We adhere, and encourage others to do so as well, to all State and Federal game regulations and harvest limits. The phrase on our home page, “you will be able to keep up with the staggering totals harvested each year by this amazing team”, is said with tongue in cheek humor only. We certainly scare a whole lot more than we harvest. We have the utmost respect for all of God’s creatures, and marvel everyday at the Majesty of His Creation.
We believe firmly in all the great principles this great Nation was founded on……Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness. We support any Individual or Organization that feels the same. We stand united against any Individuals or Organizations that don’t believe we live in the Greatest Country on the face of the earth.
We stand in support and have the greatest respect for our Men and Women of the Armed Forces. Without their sacrifices each and every day,the freedoms we hold so dear would not be possible. (Pictured above is Dave, Jr.–one of the members on the team who served with the 101st Airborne Division in the first Gulf War).
We invite you to join us on this journey of the great sport of waterfowling we enjoy. Please visit and support those sponsors and friends that we have the utmost respect for. We look forward to meeting new people that share this common bond of the love of the outdoors with us. Please support your States’ Natural Resources and Wildlife Agencies. Without them this sport would not be possible……Thank You…
The J&H Waterfowl Team
Jeff…By day this handsome gentleman leads a ragtag team of nuclear mechanics,but once he gets out of his Supervisors attire and dons his camo outerwear,he becomes a Waterfowl Wrecking Machine.Putting a Benelli in his hands amongst a bunch of geese is like giving a monkey a loaded pistol, GEESE ARE GONNA GET HURT!
Brandon..One of the youngest members of the J&H Team this Super Black Eagle wielding “Ladies Man” is undoubtedly the most lethal of the bunch. His lightning quick reflexes and young strong back have come in handy in a number of situations. (Hey us old dudes get tired a little quicker toting decoys these days). When He’s not out “melting the young girls hearts”, he pitches in and helps provide the J&H Team with some of the most lethal firepower a Benelli can provide. “The girlys’ love him and the geese fear him”. Update…Since writing this bio on Brandon he went and melted the wrong heart..yep she got him. Sorry ladies, this “Ladies Man” became a “One Lady Man”. Brooke put the bridle on…oops ring on his finger a couple of years ago. Now, “Brooke loves him and the geese fear him”.
Dave, Jr. …First of all a note to all you ladies out there,this dashing stud is not available from September to February(but March thru August you can leave your contact info and I’ll get back to you when I can). By days this breathtaking specimen of a man works in the law enforcement field, But when the leaves start falling and the geese start moving, he transforms into a “Waterfowling Warrior” in the corn field. Along with his trusty Benelli he begins to wreak havoc on the Waterfowl population(usually scaring a great many more than he harvests’).But he has a good time. Update..Notice there is no update here. Video
Jon…Mild mannered truck driver by night–Goose wrecking machine by day. When this young gun raises up from the blind the geese are going down baby! He makes his Benelli Nova sound like a M249 Squad Automatic Weapon. Brianna loves him and the geese fear him.
Colt…400 lbs. of Jack Russel in a twenty pound package. This rascal would fight a buzz saw..and win. The first four-legged member of the original team. I could tell you all day of his exploits in the field, but I think I’ll just take you to a video and let you see for yourself. Check out the Avery vest he’s wearing. Video
Toby…..The newest member of the team is Toby. We were blessed to have been able to adopt this “lovable giant”. He had been worked very little by the previous owner and was resigned to a kennel most of his 6 1/2 years. Jeff got him from a co-worker last year in late summer. With a little work and perseverance on his part, he did an excellent job last year. He retrieved over 130 plus birds, and most of them were blind water retrieves. The only thing he ever asked for was some biscuit ‘n’ gravy in the morning before the hunt. How did he ask for it you may ask? By drooling all over the truck until he got it. Watching him work was worth every bit of it. Video