Delta Waterfowl Renews Carlson’s Choke Tubes as Corporate Sponsor

BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA — Carlson’s Choke Tubes, a leading manufacturer of high-quality chokes and shotgun patterning technology, will continue its welcome support as a corporate sponsor of Delta Waterfowl.

“We know Delta members are passionate, responsible hunters who take seriously their support of conservation and advocacy for the future of duck hunting — that makes them our kind of people,” said Scott Carlson, owner of Carlson’s Choke Tubes. “We are proud to continue our support as a corporate sponsor of Delta Waterfowl.”

Carlson’s provides annual support for Delta’s hunting and conservation programs, donates products for fundraising raffles, and is a preferred vendor for Delta’s chapter event banquets.

In addition to continuing the corporate partnership, Carlson’s and Delta also maintain a licensing agreement to help promote the company’s waterfowling line of chokes. Carlson’s Waterfowl Choke Tubes are available in close-range, mid-range and long-range, with models to fit more than 90 percent of all shotgun brands. The Delta Waterfowl logo is stamped on these popular tubes, and a percentage of all sales will help fund Delta’s duck production, habitat conservation, research and education, and HunteR3 programs.

“The Duck Hunters Organization is always proud to partner with conservation-minded companies to promote waterfowl hunting,” said Brad Heidel, senior director of corporate partnerships and advertising sales for Delta Waterfowl. “With the continuation of this agreement, Carlson’s Choke Tubes reaffirms its genuine commitment to conservation and the future of waterfowling. We’re proud to have Carlson’s as a corporate sponsor.”

Carlson’s Choke Tubes is celebrating more than 30 years in business, and all of the company’s choke tubes are proudly made in the U.S.A. To learn more, and to see the company’s extensive line of shooting performance products, visit

Delta Waterfowl is The Duck Hunters Organization, a leading conservation group working to produce ducks and ensure the future of duck hunting in North America. 

For more information, contact Brad Heidel at (651) 403-1772 or