Hunting and Pricing

  • 1 Day Duck Hunting & Lodging Package- $500.00 (ALL INCLUSIVE)
  • 1 person for 1 guided morning duck Hunt with lodging and meals
  • Afternoon Specklebelly Goose Hunt is available for $200 per person.
  • 25% discount for Youth hunters under 16 years old.

Duck Hunting: Be it a rice field, flooded timber (when conditions permit), bean fields, reservoir, cypress pond, or a secret honey-hole our guides will employ a lifetime of guiding and hunting knowledge to create the Best Duck Hunting experience in Arkansas. With a variety of waterfowl hunting opportunities you will be shooting ducks and geese, supported by our highly trained duck hunting dogs.

We have experienced local guides that are expert callers. Our guides are all professional guides and ethical hunters with many years of experience. They strive to be courteous, responsible, and helpful. Because your safety and well-being is of utmost importance to us – our guides are CPR and First Aid certified. We offer easy access and make traveling to and from the hunting locations effortless. Our guides are looking forward to providing you with a safe & memorable duck hunt!

Daily Bag Limits: - Six ducks. Limit may include no more than four mallards (no more than two of which may be hens), three wood ducks, two redheads, one black duck, three scaup, two pintails, two canvasback and one mottled duck. Duck and teal species not listed have no extra restriction beyond the six duck total bag limit.

  • Merganser Daily Bag Limit: 5
  • NLimit may include no more than two hooded mergansers
  • Merganser Possession Limit: 15

Arkansas Guided Duck Hunts

Guided morning hunts start one hour before legal shooting time and end at 10:30am. At that time your guide will gather the decoys and prepare for the ride out.
Afternoon hunts begin at 2:30pm and end at the close of legal shooting time. Parties of less than 3 hunters may be mixed with another group. Private hunts available upon request.

Included in all fully guided hunts


Floating Decoys

Motion Decoys


Transportation to and from the blind

Hunting Location

Duck Blind

Bird Retrieval

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