Brad Eldridge is an avid outdoorsman and custom duck call maker from Northeast Louisiana. His passion for waterfowl has led him making the pursuit of them a career. If he's not in the blind, you can catch him spinning wood and slinging espresso in his new store in Downtown Vicksburg.
The store is set in the historic district of Vicksburg, in an antebellum building that served as the first bank for freed slaves during the Reconstruction Era- Freedman's Savings Bank, 1865. Its hosts an espresso bar that uses top shelf beans, an array of lifestyle clothing and outdoor apparel, and a custom woodworking shop where Brad turns exotic wood into functioning art. You can also catch the store's mascot, Parish, on most days.
Parish is a 100 pound black lab and the namesake of the company. He was rescued from the Terrebonne Parish animal shelter in 2020, and has been a phenomenal duck dog for Brad, a wonderful companion to his family, and quite the celebrity in the outdoor world, which he is completely oblivious to. He just knows two loves- Brad and retrieving his ducks.