In this episode of The End Of The Line podcast, Jake and I are joined by Bill Cooksey. We discuss Vanishing Paradise and the effects to duck hunting, the landscape, and the overall environment that losing a football field of marsh every 100 minutes has. Then we discuss the early years of Avery. What it was like to form one of the strongest pro staff's on the nation? What was it like trying to outsource before outsourcing was done by all the major companies. Great stories from Bill and Great Podcast!
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