Texas Waterfowl Hunting
1-6 Guests • No Lodging • Private • Guided
About Our Set Up:
We're based in Montague county in North Texas, but we also hunt neighboring Jack and Clay counties.
Our hunts start at legal shooting time and are usually wrapped-up by 9:00 or so but we'll hunt till 10:00 if we haven't reached our limit.
We hunt only private lakes, most of which are on farms and hold lots and lots of ducks and geese. We hunt over 70 lakes, starting in the Bowie/Bellevue area and headed north to the Red River. We take care of the decoys, the dogs, and the blinds!
Come out and have a memorable hunt with us.
Pricing & Dates:
December 5 - Jan 31
Youth Only: Nov 7-8
Price is per hunter, per day.
Lodging is available for up to 6 people
Husband to a beautiful woman. Father to two great kids.
More Pricing Information
You can also pay a 50% deposit now and a final payment before your trip.
$55.00 Per Person Per Night Per Item
$330.00 Per Person Per Day
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.
- Expert Guide
- Game Calling
- Private Land & Lake Access
- Shotgun & Ammunition
- Weather Appropriate Camo
Rules & Guidelines
What You Need
You'll need to bring your own shotgun, plenty of steel shot shells (we recommend 3" #4s or #2s), full camo with face mask, snacks & drinks.
A flashlight and/or headlamp always comes in handy. Some places we hunt do require waders so be sure and ask when booking your hunt.
Do not forget your valid Texas hunting license with federal duck stamp.
In Texas, anyone of any age is required to purchase a valid hunting license in order to hunt any animal, bird, frog, or turtle. Exceptions to this rule apply in special circumstances. Hunters must also successfully complete a Hunter Education Course to obtain a license.
Additional information on bag limits, game-specific requirements, and other regulations can be found on the Texas Parks & Wildlife website.