An insider's look at B.A.S.S. pro Boyd Duckett
It's 4 o'clock on a rainy Friday afternoon. Most of southern Alabama is sluggish; in many offices, business executives and workers are cocking their eyes at wall clocks, thinking about checking out, maybe even a little early if they can get away with it.
Not true in Demopolis, Ala., in the office of Boyd Duckett, who is standing near his office door, engaged in a face-to-face conversation as his cell phone rings.
"Hey, how are you," Duckett says into his phone. "Glad you called. ...
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