Oklahoma Waterfowl Hunting

3-12 Guests • Lodge • Private • Guided


This is dry land hunting in red dirt country. Lesser Canadas in large flocks with mallards, pintails, and widgeon as the primary species. Specs and Snows occasionally find their way into the bag as well. The winter wheat fields can be hard to hide in, so white suits and fence row blinds are the most common. Sorghum, corn, and peanuts are the other crops we typically hunt over. Here in Oklahoma, water hunts are more common, so waders are nice to have on this trip.

October - November

Lodging & Meals

Base price includes a 2-Day / 3 -Night Hunt

There is a 3-person group minimum required to book hunt. Groups of 6 or more people will get an exclusive field. Groups of 3 or 4 will be combined with another group. Dogs are welcome in exclusive fields of six or more in your party.

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3-Day / 4-Night Duck / Goose Hunt


4-Day / 5-Night Duck / Goose Hunt


Your Host

Logan's Trip

Logan B

North Dakota Waterfowl Outfitter Fully Licensed and insured Come enjoy some of the finest waterfowl hunting in the lower 48

from $1050/Experience

Base Price

$1049.99 Per Person Per Experience


$410.00 Per Person


$900.00 Per Person


$1590.00 Per Person


Pay later options are only available for trips that start more than 30 days from today.

Total Payment


Please note that there is a 50% non-refundable deposit included with your booking fee. In case of cancellation, and in accordance with the Host's cancellation policy, the remaining 50% may be returned to you or applied towards rescheduling a future trip.


  • Fully Guided
  • Quality Decoys, Blinds, Trailers
  • Meals & Lodging
  • Bird Processing



Gear List

  • Shotgun
  • Outerwear
  • Cooler
  • Snacks

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Rules & Guidelines



1. Shotgun - A 12 gauge or 20 gauge is recommended with 3 inch to 3 1/2 inch steel or other non-toxic shot in size BBB to 2, gun rental can be supplied with prior arrangements. (Calm down, it's a pump.)

2. Outerwear - Temperatures can vary greatly in the fall, so plan accordingly. Mornings can be 0° to 30° with afternoons being 10° to 75°. Rain gear or waterproof clothing will make your hunt more enjoyable whether it pours or snows. We primarily hunt dry fields, so leather boots will work sometimes, but we highly recommend waterproof insulated knee boots. Afternoon hunts will most likely take place on the water, so waders are great to have. Our lodging includes towels, linens, and cooking supplies, but your favorite pillow, soap, and brand of coffee is on you. Please bring house shoes; no hunting boots in cabins or lodge.

3. Cooler - Bring a cooler to transport your birds home with you. Part of an ethical hunt is the proper use of the game. We cannot take your birds. The birds you shoot are yours, and you must take them - no exceptions.

4. Snacks - When in the field, snacks are nice to have!

5. Dogs - Dogs are welcome in exclusive groups of 6 or more. Please bring a field blind for your dog that he/she is used to using. We can provide you with one, however, dogs are not people, they often will not just hop right in if they have never seen or smelled it before. The morning of your hunt is an unfortunate time to learn this.


When hunting in Oklahoma, Oklahoma City Int. Airport (OKC) is the closest airport. It's about an hour's drive to the lodge.


The airport listed above offers major vehicle rental companies. We recommend selecting an SUV or truck in advance of your arrival. You will follow your guide to the field each morning.


Arrival for your hunt should be either late afternoon or early evening the day prior to allow for check-in and paperwork.


Check-in is after 4 PM at each location, and check-out will be 9 AM in the morning after your last day's hunt.



All hunters 16 years and older must obtain a valid hunting license to take or trap the game in Oklahoma. Residents under 16 or over 64 are exempt from this requirement.

All hunters 30 years or younger are required to complete a Hunter Education course before purchasing a license.

For other hunting regulations, as well as bag limits and additional permits/stamps, check the Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation website.


Many of you have been on a guided hunt with an outfitter before, and some have not. Everyone operates a little differently with what should be the same goal. Our goal is to provide you, our client, with a quality hunting experience conducted by a knowledgeable, professional, and friendly guide.

While shopping for an outfitter for your trip, usually the price is a big factor in deciding who you chose. I think value is of the up-most importance. "What am I getting for the money?" We use up-to-date equipment from quality national manufacturers. Decoys, blinds, trailers etc., are provided in appropriate quantities to be effective in all situations that arise in the field. The lodges and accommodations are very well-kept and maintained.

Birds are cleaned (breasted with a bird hitch with wings attached for legal transport), frozen, and labeled for legal transport.

Upon check-in, we will fill out the required paperwork. At that point, relax!

Unload your gear, pour a drink, and have dinner. It's your choice; this is your time!

Our scouts return or report after dark each day, so a plan won't be made on where or when we will hunt the next morning until then. We will let you know once we have our scout/guide meeting.

Hunts are conducted in the morning and last until we have our limit or the flight is over. If we are well short of a limit, afternoon water options may be available for those interested. When things go really well and we're done early, the day is yours to enjoy at your leisure.

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