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Published 01/08/2012, Duluth News Tribune

“The great flights that had once swept down from the north had dwindled. The autumn frost still came. The anticipation that every duck hunter feels when those cold nights first appear still came. The laughing group of friends carrying gear into the marsh still came. But the ducks did not.” Michael Furtman, writing about the drought years of the mid-1930s in his latest book, “The Ducks Unlimited Story”

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