Louis Fauerbach 1860 - 1925, businessman, familyman, brewer, outdoorsman, duck hunter
Louie was an avid duck hunter. The images below show Louie with an LC Smith 12 ga. side-by-side shotgun at his family hunting land on Cherokee Marsh near Madison, Wisconsin. Be sure to check out the gun today, and his duck boat gun bag which we reproduce and sell through our online gear store, and the "shot and a beer" poster we made as one of our bar signs - featuring Louie and buddy Walter Stock.
1905 - Louis Fauerbach on the right with Walter Stock duck hunting at cabin on Cherokee Marsh
1902 L.C. Smith Damascus steel barrel 12
|Tough and durable gun protection - heavy cotton duck in olive drab with velcro closure||Gun case on sportboat with beer case for jump shooting, gear, and lunch|
|Folded wet/dry inside duck boat gun bag||Before the 32 mph winds and whitecaps|
|You need these bags to protect your shotguns|
|wet bag - dry and protected gun inside during rainy trip to blind|
|Raining hard.||Really pouring now - fowl weather for sure|
This day started at 60 degrees with clouds and ended at 40 degrees and really honking. The winds got to 32 with 2 foot whitecaps. Getting off the river was tough. No way to go into the wind. Glad I had my Benelli Supernova shotgun in my duck boat gun case. Serious gun protection.
It does not float nor does it have a zipper but it's indespensible.
|Results 2 drakes mallards and two teal.|
|Great Grandpa Louie hunting ducks around 1900|
|Louis Fauerbach and first cabin at Cherokee on the Yahara River||Louis and Sport|
|Louis- brewery general manager and brewmaster Henry Fauerbach||Posing near the Indian mound|
|1899 Louis Fauerbach (right) and hunting partner Walter Stock||1887 sketch of Louis at Cherokee Marsh by Schmidt of 3F Laundry|
|Louis Fauerbach||Louis Fauerbach|
|A cabin on it's way to Cherokee Marsh||The Shack|
|One of 2 cabins near the Yahara River and indian mound|
|Online gear store|