Tomorrow is the opening day of Duck Season and the men are carrying on their tradition of camping on the Robertson Land the night before... including Willie, who typically opts out of "roughing it". But when Willie shows up to meet the guys in the Duck Commander RV, the camp is divided between those who want comfort, and those that will rough it. Back at Phil and Miss Kay's, Phil has a tradition of his own that he'd like to carry on before Duck Season - getting a little loving from Miss Kay. But because one of his other traditions is to be unbathed before Duck Season, Miss Kay isn't allowing it.
Gearing up for his high school reunion, Willie realizes that he could stand to lose a few pounds. Jase and Korie set out to help him drop some weight and the strenuous battle of man-versus-waistline begins. Meanwhile Si is convinced that Phil's hunting dogs don't like him and he goes searching for his own canine companion.
The guys learn from Willie that John Luke is going through his first break up. In order to make him feel better the men decide to take John Luke hunting for nutria, and impart their relationship wisdom. Phil and Kay have a famous pet photographer come to their house to take pictures of them and their canine pets. But having a yuppy pet photographer from the city interacting with country born and raised Phil Robertson becomes interesting.
When the warehouse guys new office pet (a lizard) escapes, they try all they can in order to catch the wily reptile. Proving impossible, the guys finally decide to bring in the big guns to help trap it - Mr. Phil Robertson. On the other side of town, Willie and Si have invited themselves to a ride-along with the West Monroe Police where they try their hand at being law dogs
With Willie out-of-town, the guys decide to flake off work and leave to brush up the duck blinds on the Robertson land. While out, Si believes he spots what he thinks is the infamous "Black Panther," which leads the naysaying men on a mission to prove that what Si saw was an apparition of his imagination. Back at Phil's house, Phil enlists the help of his football playing nephew and his fellow teammate to do chores, citing that this will "make them better football players."
Willie and Jase invite Korie and Missy along on a deer hunt because they believe their wives have become too "city." The Do's' and `Don't's of hunting are doled out in the woods and subsequently broken creating arguments husbands and wives know entirely too well when dealing with the opposite sex. At Phil and Kay's, Miss Kay decides she wants to frame Phil's original blueprints from the first duck call he created. Only problem is finding it first amongst her hoards of belongings. Si pitches in the search effort as well only to be distracted by the treasures he keeps finding amongst Miss Kay's junk.
During Duck Commander's "Casino Night" party for the sale of their 5 millionth duck call, Si Robertson wins the grand prize of 00 and decides to buy a massage chair for the duck call room. The massage chair becomes a detriment to the workflow of Duck Commander, so Willie takes Si around for a replacement prize. Phil takes Jase and the boys to his secret fishing pond on a neighbor's property. Only problem is, once at the water, the men spot a beaver dam. This means one thing: war!
Sadie, has a homecoming dance coming up, but Willie doesn't approve of her dress selection. Willie decides to take Sadie out to find her a new "appropriate" dress. Jase is in a bit of a predicament when the coffee machine at Duck Commander breaks. Jep, the younger and more hip of the Robertsons, suggests they try a new coffee shop.
Though Jase lost his wedding ring long ago, Missy decides it's time for Jase to replace it with a new one. When Jase is duck hunting, once again, he loses the ring and is forced to come up with a game plan of how to approach and appease Missy with the loss. Trying to help Jase find the ring, Si goes back to retrieve his metal detector. But Si is distracted when he believes he found the treasure he buried in his yard years back when he returned from Vietnam.
The Duck Commander team is invited to unveil a wing of the local Bass Pro shop that will feature their products. Meanwhile, Miss Kay attempts to get some quality time in with her grandkids when she invites herself out with John Luke, Sadie and their friends.
Willie calls the team into work on a Saturday afternoon for an HR training session, but the seminar quickly dissolves from unproductive to complete disaster. When Phil and Kay set out on a long drive to purchase a brand new washer and dryer, they find themselves lost on the outskirts of town. Unwilling to ask for directions, the trip home becomes an epic journey.
Willie's suspicious behavior from dying his beard to buying a new motorcycle, makes Jase come to the conclusion that Willie is having a mid-life crisis. Jase's help turns into a competition amongst the Robertson brothers to see who is most fit in body, mind, and endurance. Then, after discovering Phil and Kay's house has a mouse infestation, Miss Kay convinces Phil they need a cat to help them rid the mice problem.
After all their hard work, Willie decides to take the entire Robertson clan on a family vacation to Hawaii. But Willie's daily itinerary for the trip gets constantly undermined by the family's desire to participate in their own island activities.