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Dale Hamm is a legend among duck hunters. Writing for the Springfield State Journal-Register, David Bakke says, "Tales of the things he has done in the backwaters of the Illinois [River] are legion. Poached ducks from private property? Yes. Shot more than his limit? OK. Out of season? Absolutely."
David Bakke is the editor of Catholic Times in Springfield, Illinois. An award-winning journalist, he has worked for the State Journal-Register and the Sioux City Journal.
"A day in 1901 at Crane Lake, seven miles west of [Illinois Highway] 78, changed duck hunting forever. That day, four men killed 867 ducks. The next year, in large part owing to that day, the first duck limits were established in the United States. The limit was 50 a day."-- David Bakke, from the Introduction