Willie Robertson: 'Duck Dynasty' May Be Ending, But It's Definitely Not Over

It ain't over, Jack!

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The highly successful "Duck Dynasty" reality television series may be coming to a close soon, but the backwoods entertainment and enlightenment isn't over for fans of America's favorite duck-calling family, according to CBN News.

As show star Willie Robertson finishes up his final season, he's already back into TV biz as a "Si-kick" to everyone's favorite Uncle Si on the new show, "Going Siral." The show will focus on Uncle Si's foray into the modern world.

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Willie also just released a new book, "The American Fisherman: How Our Nation's Anglers Founded, Fed, Financed and Forever Shaped the U.S.A."

As for what he plans to do outside of the show business and Duck Commander duck call business, Willie says he doesn't plan far ahead, but he would like more time for fishing.

He explained, "I think with fishing you can learn a lot about yourself and about others. You learn patience. You learn how to stick with it. You can't see exactly what you're going after, and so I think we learn a lot about ourselves, especially now-a-days, the world kind of really slows down."

He did reveal one goal, though. He's hunted with avid outdoorsman Donald Trump Jr., but he'd like to go fishing with the president-elect himself.

"I'm already eye-balling Camp David because that would be a cool deal," Willie said. "So, I am thinking — maybe. I haven't asked for many favors yet. So maybe my favor will be to take him out at Camp David. It would be neat, right to be where all these presidents have been, just to be there."

Asked what his favorite "Duck Dynasty" episode is, Willie recalled the episode where his dad Phil took Willie's son John Luke and the girl John Luke was dating that day out fishing.

"So, he starts talking about all these sexually transmitted diseases," Willie related. "And so that is his dating advice. Now what's funny was, I heard this same speech when I was 15, yeah. And I got so tickled and I went to my father and I said, 'Dad, I saw the episode where you were giving the advice,' and I'm laughing and Dad said, 'I wasn't being funny,' and I said, 'I know. That's what's so funny about it.' He kind of had the shock therapy with all of us and it's still going."

What's your favorite episode?