Jase Robertson Bio Duck Dynasty
- Hometown: West Monroe, Louisiana
- Wife: Missy
- Birthday: August 19, 1969
- Personality Trait: Laid back redneck
- Full Name: Jase Silas Robertson
On Season 3 of A&E overnight hit Duck Dynasty it begins with the opening day of Duck season. The men are carrying their tradition of camping the night before…including Willie who typically opts out of roughing it. The camp is divided between those who want comfort and those who will rough it. In the opening scene Jase is sitting with the guys in the office playing around with a mallard drake which is the name of one of their duck calls. He yells he Christened it with his spittle, saliva ejected from the mouth. He goes on the explain “Duck season eve which is like Christmas eve to city folks.” Instead of Santa and his reindeer flying around giving gifts they have feathered animals flying around giving gifts to them, dead ducks.
Willie walks in the office and shares his excitement for the camping trip and says he will join in with the guys. “Willie’s idea of roughing it is like having the wrong setting on his sleep number bed. The idea that Willie is going to rough it with us is a bit comical.” Jase mocks him for attempting to tag along with everyone else.
Missy is Jase’s wife and she seems on the opposite side of the spectrum from him. She’s a stay at home mom and cooks and cleans but Jase doesn’t mind getting dirty he actually prefers getting dirty. ” I have two good traditions that get me ready for duck hunting. No shower for a week and roughing it the night before. It puts him in the right frame of mind he says. Hunting season is already a manly time of year but the Robertson’s like to take it up a notch. This is a declaration that the Robertsons are lords of the season. Phil opts out of camping and tells the boys he’s going to spend his night with his wife Kay who he calls a plump sleeping bag.
While the guys begin setting up camp Mr superstar Willie arrives in a mobile home. Jase discredits him and says once you bring something with wheels you are no longer camping you are “parking.”