Duck Hunting Guide
is the focal point of migrating waterfowl in the Central Flyway.
With the variety of puddle ducks wintering in the area, any
hunt will be a true mixed bag. With Teal, Mallards, Pintails,
Widgeons, Gadwalls, and others we are confident that any water
fowler, beginner or pro, can have a great time. All of our
duck hunts are fully guided. Our guides are personal and professional.
Armed with extensive duck hunting experience, technologically advanced
gear, and hearts as big as Texas; your satisfaction is our
primary concern. Most avid waterfowlers know that good a
duck hunt depends on the alignment of several elements. Weather
is on of the biggest variables that can make or break a duck
hunt. Unfortunately, this is one thing we have no control
of. The availability of food and water to attract and hold
migrating and wintering ducks are two of the most important
elements that we do have control of. Corn, red rice, wild
rice, chufa, Japanese millet, Milo, and smartweed are some
of the grains we use in our wetland food plots.
Another element to a successful waterfowl hunt is the concealment
and comfort of the hunter. One of the main reasons ducks flair
off the "blocks" is seeing the waterfowl hunters.
So sitting still as waterfowl work the blocks is a must. To
do this your hunting blind must conceal you, be comfortable,
and yet allow quick and safe shooting. This will make it possible
to sit for long periods of waterfowl hunting. Our waterfowl
hunting blinds do exactly that. Add quality blocks, a little
electronics, and knowledgeable calling and you have our set
up. Come experience quality duck hunting in the Heart of Texas
waterfowl season. Waterfowl Hunters provide their own guns,
license, state waterfowl stamp, Federal stamp, non-toxic shot,
waders (if needed), personal gear, and an enthusiastic attitude!
Texas Duck Hunting
Duck Hunting the shallow bays and flats of the lower Laguna Madre out of Port Mansfield, TX is a hunt that can't be replicated anywhere else in the country. The lagoon's ecosystem is protected by the Laguna Atascosa National Wildlife Refuge and the Padre Island National Seashore as well as the privately owned King Ranch.
Great hunting is abound by the thousands of wintering ducks that use the area. 90% of the the worlds Redheads winter here along with Pintails, Widgeon, Canvasbacks, Gadwall, Bluebills, Bufflehead, Goldeneyes, Northern Shovelers, Bluewing, Greenwing, and Cinnamon Teal. Along with snow geese and the non migrating Mottled ducks that are indigenous to the area.
Hunting the Texas coast is a great place to get trophies for the wall. Birds in full plumbage. Many guest come for trophy redheads and Big Sprig Pintails but many other species use the area and are all in mounting quality this time of season!