You know the old saying: If it looks like a duck, it quacks like a duck...
Or maybe not.
It may just be Blake Hodge playing around in his front yard.
Blake, 12, quacked his way to the South Carolina junior duck calling championship at a Jan. 20 competition in Georgetown. With his win, he advances to the world championship in Arkansas in November.
Blake had to perform a duck call in under 90 seconds. Competitors enter a makeshift duck blind, where a light is turned on. When the light goes off, the caller begins his routine.
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