Jase Robertson of “Duck Dynasty” fame offers some wise counsel for his followers on Twitter, saying ‘One thing is for sure. Our God reigns.”
Robertson shares his thoughts on Sunday night along with a photo of him and his daughters. He posts it with the hashtag that says “#DaughterDateNight.”
The Robertsons are known as a family of faith as well as being duck hunters, too. They often speak freely about their faith in God and share their insights on their social media platforms.
Jase, much like his father Phil, is not ashamed of his faith in God.
Jase Robertson Reveals Best Duck Hunting Advice
Speaking of duck hunting, Jase Robertson happens to love sharing advice about it.
While recounting a recent trip in south Texas in December on his father Phil Robertson’s YouTube channel, the “Duck Dynasty” star shared the pearls of wisdom he recently imparted to others.
“There were a lot of ducks there, but it’s all in the setup,” Jase Robertson said. “I think they wanted me to say, ‘Here’s what I would do.’”
Robertson goes on to say that he would “do the cane trick” for a more successful duck hunt. What is the cane trick you might be asking? The seasoned hunter is happy to elaborate.
“Cane is … most of them are 20 feet tall,” Jase Robertson said. “Think bamboo. They’re always green. No matter what, unless they die; then they’re brown.
“They make really good brush and they’re easily transported because you can bundle ’em up,” he said. “I mean I’ve had enough, to make I don’t know, to make a 50-foot circle. And, if you bundle them up, you can just throw them in the back of your truck; they’re pretty light.”
Using the cane, Robertson and his fellows hunters “create an island” around the ducks.
Robertson ‘Giddy’ Over New Treasure Hunting Find
Back in October 2020, Robertson talked about going on a recent treasure hunt and he came back with something awesome.
He shared his experience and his find with the family on an episode of the Robertson-centric podcast Unashamed. He pulled a quarter out of his pocket and was clearly excited.
The silver quarter was from 1893 and still in excellent shape. However, Jase didn’t look up what it might cost. Calling it “priceless,” he said he didn’t want it to be worth a lot since he never wanted to get rid of it.
The figurehead on the quarter is wearing a ponytail. The quarter itself is in remarkable shape for the amount of time it was sitting undisturbed in the ground.
“This is 127 years old. Whoever lost this, he’s dead,” Robertson said. “He didn’t mean to lose this.”
The guys discussed some theories about what may have happened. For instance, they believe a man may have dropped the quarter out of his pocket on accident.
Jace decided to continue looking until dark since he was so pleased with his find. Ultimately, he didn’t find much more during his outing. But that was fine since he bagged a 127-year-old quarter.