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Waterfowl Hunting Packages & Prices

All Inclusive

All Inclusive

$475 / Per Person

  • 1 night lodging
  • Meals - breakfast bars & cereal before hunt, big breakfast/lunch after morning hunt, dinner
  • 1 morning hunt
  • Experienced guide with dog
  • Transportation to and from lodge
  • Bird cleaning (bring a cooler to carry your meat home in)

We will provide all decoys with the all inclusive package. You bring your own waders, gun, and ammo.  If you bring 12 or more in your group you will have the lodge all to yourselves.

Non-Guided w/Lodging & Meals

Non-Guided w/Lodging & Meals

$375 / Per Person

  • 1 night lodging
  • Meals - breakfast bars & cereal before hunt, big breakfast/lunch after morning hunt, dinner
  • 1 morning hunt
  • Bird cleaning (bring a cooler to carry your meat home in)

You will need to bring your own decoys and ATV to get to the blinds with the non-guided package.  If you bring a group of 12 or more you will have the lodge all to yourselves.

Daily Field Leases

Daily Field Leases

$700 Day/ Up To 6 Hunters

This package does not include lodging.  There are hotels close by in Forrest City and Helena. We can give you contact info.

Other Options & Info

*Groups of 12 or more are guaranteed to have the lodge to yourselves.    

* Kids 15 & under are HALF PRICE with a paying adult

* A 50% Non-Refundable deposit is required within 10 days of making reservations.  If payment has not been received within 10 days and you have not made other payment arrangements your dates will be opened back up for other hunters.

What To Bring

Hunting License:

  • Go to Arkansas Game and Fish Commission or call 800-364-GAME
  • Non-resident hunters purchase a 5 Day Small Game Hunting License (SG5) $70, a Non-Resident Arkansas Waterfowl Stamp (DSN) $35, and a Federal Duck Stamp ($25) Must have signature on face of stamps.  
  • In-state hunters purchase a Resident Sportsman's License (RS) $25, a Resident Arkansas Waterfowl Stamp (DSR) $7, and a Federal Duck Stamp ($25) Must have signature on face of stamps.
  • All hunters must have a Harvest Information Program Registration (HIP) FREE but required    
  • We will go over your license when you check in to make sure you are legal to hunt. 

Gun:

  • We recommend a 12 gauge shotgun, but a 20 gauge will get the job done if that is what you prefer. *MUST HAVE PLUG IN GUN*
  • Having a sling on your gun makes it easier toting it into the blind along with all your other gear
  • Bring a soft gun case to keep your gun protected from the elements riding to & from blind.

Ammo:

  • We recommend 2 boxes of shells for each day you will hunt
  • 3" or 3.5" steel shot  *NO LEAD*
  • Having a shell box or blind bag is recommended

Blind Bag (Man Purse):

  • A few things we recommend to have in your bag; duck calls, game tote, face mask or paint, gloves, ear plugs, flashlight, camera, & snacks.

Duck Calls:

  • Our guides are all experienced callers, but this is your hunt so if you want to help call in the ducks it is up to you. When the shooting is slow is a good time for you to practice your calling and get any tips our guides may have to offer.

Dog:

  • We encourage you to bring your retriever with you.  Watching a good dog work is a great experience.  Our guides will have their well trained retrievers with them, but as long as your dog has good blind manners you can work him/her.  Make sure and have a leash in your blind bag.  A bad dog can ruin a hunt for everyone in the blind.  We have kennels available at the lodge but always bring a travel kennel, food, bowls, etc.

Clothing:

  • Arkansas weather can be very unpredictable so it is best to talk with us about the forecast before you come.  A few things to always bring are your insulated waders, camo clothing, camo jacket, hat, gloves, and face mask or paint.  *A duck can pick out a shining face from a mile away.