Ben Woolley grew up in Northeast Texas and has attended Delta Waterfowl banquets since the beginning days of the Greater Longview Chapter, one of the largest and longest tenured chapters in the area. In 2004, he won a youth model Charles Daly shotgun and to this day, he still holds it dearly in his possession.

Woolley graduated with a bachelor’s degree from Baylor University in 2017, where his involvement and later career experience with relationship building and volunteer work was met with his relentless love for the pursuit of the outdoors. The combination to position him for success within The Duck Hunters Organization.

“I am extremely passionate about hunting, conservation, and duck hunting in particular,” said Woolley. “I truly believe in Delta’s mission and vision. I believe we can make a positive impact on the duck population for hunters to enjoy endless opportunity for generations to come.”

His passion had been ingrained in him at a young age. “I’ve got a couple of honey holes in my hometown that I love to hunt,” he said. “I have been hunting them since the days when I had to be carried on my dad’s back.” Outside of pursuing waterfowl, he is also an avid bowhunter.

“I am immensely excited to be here,” Woolley said. “Duck hunting is my passion, and I am thrilled to turn that into my career.”

When he is not working, you can find him fishing, hunting, playing music gigs with his wife, or spending time with his family and black Lab, Hutch, who is “the best dog on the planet, hands down.”