Without a race
BALD KNOB, Ark. — Jimmy Mize rolled easily out of one of the 12 beds at Mingo Lodge, and started putting on his waders and camouflage jacket.
It was 5 a.m., and instead of running to his truck, as he does on a typical duck hunting morning, he instead stumbled to the kitchen, looking for food.
Mize is used to hunting the public water of Lake Millwood in south Arkansas.
It was a slow, pressure-free morning.
"I'm used to getting up early and racing for the best ...
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