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Opening Weekend 2004

Waterfowl Hunting

We offer excellent duck and goose hunting just hours from the Dallas/Fort Worth area. Located between Amarillo and Lubbock we are in the middle some fantastic hunting ground.

We have great success with dark geese and speckled belly geese. Photo to the right is a typical set-up.

Call us today and book your waterfowl adventure.

Waterfowl Hunting

Waterfowl hunting in the Texas Panhandle can be as good as it gets.  Although it is a very unpredictable hunt, it is often a very rewarding time with unforgettable memories. The majority of the waterfowl we hunt depend on playa lake bottoms to feed, roost, or both.

Playa lakes of the High Plains are temporary wetlands that play a crucial role in the migration of up to 2 million waterfowl each year.  Playas are very wide-ranging, and all vary from one to another.  Most are relatively shallow, but cover and vegetation are diverse.

   
 

Duck Hunts

The sun coming up over a playa and thousands of ducks flying in from feeding in a grain field is an unforgettable sight.  Our duck hunts are primarily morning hunts done on playa lakes.  Hunters are placed in cover, or in blinds. Hunters are typically gunning over only a few dozen decoys.

The season starts with a fast action teal hunt in September, a diverse bag in November, and primarily Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, and Teal through January.  January has been a consistent month for having some awesome mallard hunts.

Don’t miss a teal/dove combo hunt, awesome!

 
Goose Hunts

There are many factors that go into a great goose hunt.  Unfortunately many of these factors are out of our control. Although with persistence and communication, hopefully we can get you on one of these once in a lifetime hunts.

Lesser Canada geese are the primary species harvested, although we do harvest Snow geese, White-Fronted or “Specklebelly” geese, Ross’s geese, and a few Blue geese.

Since the majority of our waterfowl do not roost on permanent bodies of water, the goose hunting can be unpredictable. Hunts are conducted mainly in the morning over water, or grain fields. Hunts are usually performed in layouts over 6-15 dozen fully flocked decoys. 
  
   
 
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