Delta Waterfowl Duck Hunters Expo Podcast Studio is Presented by MOJO Outdoors

“Voice of the Duck Hunter” returns in-person to deliver entertaining and informative segments from Raising Cane’s River Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana.

Joel Brice, host of the Delta Podcast can be seen in the Voice of the Duck Hunter Studio at the 2023 Duck Hunters Expo.

The largest event dedicated to duck hunters will take over the Raising Cane’s River Center in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, July 26 to 28, 2024. Delta’s Duck Hunters Expo will bring attendees 120,000 square feet of waterfowling-focused exhibitors, seminars, special events, and more. Among its exciting attractions will be the “Voice of the Duck Hunter” podcast studio presented by MOJO Outdoors.

“We are thrilled to continue as the presenting sponsor,” said Terry Denmon, president and CEO of MOJO Outdoors. “The Expo’s podcasts are a fantastic resource, delivering expert knowledge on key issues in waterfowl hunting and conservation and providing duck hunters from all flyways with strategies and insight into the industry. MOJO Outdoors is proud to support Delta Waterfowl’s efforts to educate the community on the importance of duck production and to dive deep with duck hunters regarding topics essential to the preservation of hunting.”

“The Voice of the Duck Hunter” podcast crew will be calling on a wide array of guests, from waterfowl production and policy experts to duck hunting superstars, champion callers, winning dog trainers, canine health experts, industry vendors, and more to record entertaining and enlightening episodes for listeners across the country. For those in attendance, the podcast studio will be located on the second floor of the Raising Cane’s River Center.

“Our annual Expo serves as a gathering point for duck hunters and industry experts from every corner of the field,” said Joel Brice, Delta’s chief conservation officer and host of the podcast. “With MOJO’s continued support, the Expo podcast allows us to engage in meaningful discussions on topics ranging from waterfowl conservation and hunter recruitment to helpful tips regarding strategy, gear, and public access. Plus, those unable to attend in Baton Rouge can still be a part of our event’s unique experience by listening to the podcast at home.”

Listeners can also stream the Delta Waterfowl podcast on Apple, Spotify, and TuneIn.

The Delta Waterfowl Duck Hunters Expo is presented by Federal Ammunition and takes place July 26 to 28 in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Attendees can explore 120,000 square feet of their favorite waterfowling vendors, tune in to expert seminars on three live stages, and witness champion callers and crafters be crowned. Get your tickets today!—Christy Sweigart