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Duck Hunting like no other.

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Duck Hunting Guides in Arkansas, South Dakota, and Oklahoma

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Book your Guided Duck Hunt Today! 952.212.4828

Duck Hunting Guide

Arkansas • South Dakota • Oklahoma

There are very few experiences that you can compare to having 1000 mallards descend from the heavens and try to land at your feet! Northern Skies Outfitters strive to make every trip to the blind one that you will remember, long after the shooting is done.

Our Fall Duck Hunts are an excellent opportunity to hunt some of the best locations in the country! Our guided duck hunts book quickly, so call today to make your reservation.

Whether you are looking to hunt in a dry cornfield with Ducks trying to land on your face, or maybe a warm pit with a plate full of bacon and eggs that is getting cold because you keep having to set it aside to shoot… we have the perfect trip for you. You will find that all of our Duck Hunting equipment is the best on the market and our guides will go the extra mile to ensure that your group has a great time. We only take out one group of hunters each day, so your group will have our exclusive attention!

Dates: September – January
Dates are approximate due to migration

Prices & Licensing:
Click a State for Individual Package Pricing, Fees & License Information

Call today to reserve your dates! 952-212-4828

The Duck Hunting season is short and space is limited, so we highly recommend booking early to get your desired dates!

Arkansas Duck Hunting Guides

Our Arkansas Duck Hunts will take place at Our Lodge, located just West of Jonesboro. We have many great hunting opportunities in this part of the country!  We have multiple pits leased across North East Arkansas, all of which are located in close proximity to major resting areas!

We will have a pit set up with over 1000 floating decoys, sprinklers, spinning wing ducks, and a few more “secret weapons” to bring even the most wary ducks into range! When conditions are right and if the weather turns cold we also have access to some excellent flooded timber! We have had great success hunting both the Cash and Black River.

Our Arkansas Duck Hunts are ALL INCLUSIVE! A group of 4 or more hunters will have both the lodge and blind privately!  Smaller groups will be mixed together, but never more than 6 hunters total will be placed together.

Check in will be any time after 4pm the day Before your first hunt and check out will be at 1pm the day of your last hunt.  If you require an extra night of lodging, this will be available for an extra charge, but MUST be scheduled in advance.

Dates:
• November – January (may vary)

What’s included?
• Knowledgable Guide, Decoys, Blinds, Calls & Any Other Necessary Equipment
• Breakfast, lunch, dinner (all non-alcoholic beverages)
• Lodging (2 hunters per room)
• Bird cleaning & packaging

What to bring?
• Waders (Required)
• Weather appropriate clothing
• Shot gun & steel shot
• 1-2 Boxes of 12 g. 3-3 ½ BB per Day
• Cooler (Bring your snacks in and your birds home)
• Capture your memories! Cameras are welcome: Store in a ziplock bag for safe keeping.
• Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
• Alcoholic beverages for after hunt. Zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the field.

Rates
• Price $400 / per person per day
• Youth hunters 15 years or younger will hunt for FREE with a private group of 4 paid adults

Groups
• Any group size is welcome, smaller group sizes will be put together to fill a field. We always limit our mixed group to 6 hunters.
• Groups of 4 or more will get a private field & lodge.
• Well mannered dogs are welcome ONLY in a private field.

Licensing
• Arkansas License – Purchase locally or online at http://www.agfc.com/licenses/pages/licenseshunting.aspx
• Federal Stamp

South Dakota Duck Hunting Guides

South Dakota Duck Hunting is one of the “best kept secrets” in the world of waterfowl!  South Dakota is a major staging area for the Fall migration, with peak migration numbers over a million birds!

We hunt the Glacial Lakes chain, that runs through the Eastern side of the state. Most of our Fall Duck Hunts will take place in the North East part of the state. We can also combo these hunts up with an afternoon Pheasant Hunt, for an extra charge.

This is a great opportunity to go on the hunt of a lifetime, largely because South Dakota is one of the very few places that require a lottery license.  This, along with our low state population, provides us with a lot of ducks and very little hunting pressure, which as any seasoned waterfowler knows, is a recipe for Great Duck Hunting!

Dates:
• September – November (may vary)

What’s included?
• Knowledgable Guide, Decoys, Blinds, Calls & Any Other Necessary Equipment

What to bring?
• Waders (Not required)
• Weather appropriate clothing
• Shot gun & steel shot
• 1-2 Boxes of 12 g. 3-3 ½ BB per Day
• Cooler (Bring your snacks in and your birds home)
• Capture your memories! Cameras are welcome: Store in a ziplock bag for safe keeping.
• Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
• Alcoholic beverages for after hunt. Zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the field.

Rates
• Price $235 / per person per day
• Youth hunters 15 years or younger will hunt for FREE with a private group of 4 paid adults

Groups
• Any group size is welcome, smaller group sizes will be put together to fill a field. We always limit our mixed group to 6 hunters.
• Groups of 4 or more will get a private field.
• Well mannered dogs are welcome ONLY in a private field.

Licensing
• South Dakota License – You will need to apply online for a Non-Resident License.  You can do that here at www.SDGFP.com I recommend you apply for the state wide 10-day License 00B as choice #1 and the North East 3-day License 00Y as choice #2.  There will be an option to apply as a group or as an individual. Applications are available in June and lottery results will be sent out in early July.  If you are successful in the drawing, call us right away to reserve your dates!
• Federal Stamp

Make your hotel reservations in Watertown, SD or ask us about rental houses in the area.

Oklahoma Duck Hunting Guides

Our Oklahoma Duck and Goose Hunting is a terrific opportunity for some first class late season action with our December and January dry field hunts. It is very common for us to shoot limits of lesser honkers and specks as well as a good variety of mallards, pintails, and wigeon in their full plumage. This is a great place to go for those trophy birds that you want to take to the taxidermist!

All of our Oklahoma hunts will be in the Enid, Oklahoma area.  This area is abundant with winter wheat, corn and large water sheds that will hold a substantial wintering population of waterfowl.

Dates:
• December – January (may vary)

What’s included?
• Knowledgable Guide, Decoys, Blinds, Calls & Any Other Necessary Equipment
• Bird Cleaning & Packaging

What to bring?
• Waders (Often not necessary but if you bring them it will give us a few more options)
• Weather appropriate clothing (Camo preferred)
• Shot gun & steel shot
• 1-2 Boxes of 12 g. 3-3 ½ BB per Day
• Cooler (Bring your snacks in and your birds home)
• Capture your memories! Cameras are welcome: Store in a ziplock bag for safe keeping.
• Snacks & non-alcoholic beverages
• Alcoholic beverages for after hunt. Zero tolerance for being under the influence of alcohol or drugs in the field.

Rates
• Price $300 / per person per day
• Youth hunters 15 years or younger will hunt for FREE with a private group of 4 paid adults

Groups
• Any group size is welcome, smaller group sizes will be put together to fill a field. We always limit our mixed group to 6 hunters.
• Groups of 4 or more will get a private field.
• Well mannered dogs are welcome ONLY in a private field.

Licensing
• Oklahoma License
• Federal Stamp

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