Guided Dove Hunts


1 Day Guided Hunt

In-And-Out Dove Hunt

$125 Per Hunter

2 Day Guided Hunt | 2 Night Lodging

Premium Dove Hunt & Lodging

$500 Per Hunter

2 Day Guided Hunt | 2 Night Lodging

Combo Bird Hunt & Lodging

$650 Per Hunter

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Tule Creek Outfitters is located in Tulia, Texas about one hour south of Amarillo and one hour north of Lubbock. Transportation to and from either airport can be arranged for your convenience.

Day 1 - Arrival

We prefer first time guests arriving before 6PM the first night to get settled in at Tule Creek Lodge and shown around the grounds.

Day 2 - Hunt Preparation

Hunters usually have breakfast at around 6-6:30AM (if desired). Breakfast is on your own, but we can give your directions to different places to eat.

Day 2 - Afternoon Hunt

Many hunters enjoy lunch in town. Hunting usually resumes around 1:30PM and we will continue to hunt until limits are reached, the hunters are ready to “call it a day” or legal shooting time expires.

Day 2 - Bird Care & Dinner

Complimentary bird care will commences while dinner is prepared and served to all guests. If time allows and parties desire we will gather around the fire pit for celebration and story telling.

Day 3 - Morning Hunt & Departure

Head out for our hunting location around 5AM depending on drive time. Breakfast on your own. Will will usually hunt until noon, of course that is dependent on reaching bag limits. Guest will depart shortly after the morning hunt and bird care midday.

*Additional days of hunting available upon advance request.


You will benefit from habitat management that has been incorporated in farming operations to provide for large populations of dove, pheasant and quail. Hunt cultivated cropland, shelterbelts, CRP land, rangeland and playa lake bottoms for the ultimate in upland bird hunting.

Dove Populations

The western 2/3rds of the Texas Panhandle is Part of the Llano Estacado a region comprised of one of the largest mesas or tablelands in North America. The eastern part of the Texas Panhandle is “off the Cap” and typically better habitat large populations of dove, pheasant and quail.

Prime Habitat

The Limiting factor for dove, pheasant and quail on top of the Caprock is woody cover, but the agriculture grain crops and playa lake density make for some of the best ring-neck pheasant habitat in North America.

Ample Food Source

Large grains (wheat, corn, milo) combined with small grains (smartweed, millet, and numerous grasses) favorable cover, and water makes up a perfect recipe for upland game birds.

Tule Creek Acreage

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.

Land & Game Experts

Experienced guides with a string of seasoned pointers (for pointing birds) and labs (for flushing and retrieving) make for a great experience afield. During almost every hunt you will hear someone say, “Wow! I just like being out here to watch the dogs work.”