Duke DavisNational Programs Director

Duke Davis is a Marine veteran that was medically retired after almost 22 years of honorable service.  Duke served most of his time as a Scout Sniper and Infantryman.  While conducting training he suffered a heart attack that would later on cause complications causing him to have a stroke.  During this time he was introduced to Project Healing Waters Fly Fishing.

Duke currently spends most of his time with his wife and best friend Kara.  He spends the remainder if his time building custom fly rods, tying flies and fishing.  Duke tries his best to be an ambassador for Project Healing Waters where he started out as a participant and worked his way to guide, trip leader and eventually became a volunteer.

Duke is also an avid fly fisherman that supports disabled active duty and veterans.  He combines his knowledge as a disabled veteran and fishing skills together allowing him to help the participant’s rehabilitation process. He has been involved with Project Healing Waters since October 2014.