We feel you, as an Arthur Armstrong "TDB" Owner, have a lot to offer so we set up this area of our web site just for you.
If last year's hunting trip was great, or your boat performed well in a certain situation, or if you just want to share a memory - send us a photo and a short note and we'll gladly post them here for others to enjoy.
Pre-Arthur Armstrong TDB owners are also more than welcome and encouraged to send in some of their favorite "duck tales". Happy Hunting! (Submit your information here)
The photos below of Jim and Jager were taken by their good friend Gregg Adams who also came up with a very appropriate caption!
" A boy, his dog and a TDB17. Life is perfect."
Photo and caption courtesy of Gregg Adams
The Photos Below are Courtesy of Jon Lindquist, Oxford, MI
"Hi, Name is Jon Lindquist. Enclosed are some pics for the owners page. My family uses the TDB 17 on Lake Saint Clair in Michigan. It's usually about a 6 mile drive by boat over open water to where the pot holes are. Some morning or nights we will fight 3 to 4 foot waves. This boat is fabulous. She handles real well in rough weather. We even had an accident where the boat broad sided a sea wall at about 30 miles an hour. Just a little crack in the hull! Didn't take much to repair. This boat has got to be the greatest duck boat ever designed. You guys have done a great job. Thank you."
The Photo below is courtesy of Fritz Merizon, Appleton, WI
"This is a picture of my son after a morning hunt this fall in northern Wisconsin. We've used the TDB 17 for ten years and love it's durability and stability. By the way, there were a few other birds, my son just wanted to make sure this drake made it home safely!"
The photo below is courtesy of Tedde Blunck, Duncanville, TX
"This picture was taken after a successful day at Cooper Lake. My son Richard Antoine and I, as you can tell, we enjoyed our hunt that December day last season. I live in Duncanville, Texas and my son lives in Copperas Cove, Texas, both in the central part of the state. The hunting here is normally fair, but this day was good."
TDB 14 Classic
The Photos below are courtesy of Abbey and her person, Peter Kaufmann, Westlake, OH
TDB 17 Classic
The photo below is courtesy of Larry Evers, Lake Linden, MI
Larry modified the blind on his TDB 14 Sea Class and installed a console!
TDB 14 Sea Class
The photo below is courtesy of Roger Michelin, Norwalk, CT
"Happy New year, got mallards and brant for the first time, picture was taken from my friends boat. Location is coming out of Norwalk CT harbor into Long Island Sound." Roger Michelin
TDB 17 Sea Class