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Guided Hunts


SEASON DATES 2015 - 2016

November 27 - 29

December 4 - 6

December 9 - January 31



  • $1200.00 per day and includes service for 4 clients.
  • $300 per each additional client not to exceed six total clients.
  • If a group exceeds six clients, multiple blinds may be booked. Call for details.


Each morning will begin at 5 o'clock a.m. at the Blue and White Cafe for coffee and a quick breakfast. Clients and guides will be introduced at this point and discuss any plans for the morning ahead. Departure time will be determined by the drive time required to reach your destination.

After everyone is settled in, the hunt will begin at legal shooting time as determined by the guide according to the law. This is to be one half hour before sunrise. Hunting will continue until a legal limit has been reached or it has been decided that no more opportunity will be had.

No hunting will be permitted after 12 o'clock noon.


Waders: Most blinds are accessible without them. However, not having them could cost you an opportunity.
Outerwear: Prior to leaving home, we recommend checking either with us or a trusted weather source in order to prepare specifically for your dates here with us. Rain gear is always recommended.
Camo Patterns: If a choice can be made, try to keep things on the hardwoods or marsh end of the spectrum. Sometimes brightly colored patterns look out of place in this region.
Gun/Shells: Either a 20 or 12 gauge is sufficient for most of our spots. Also it is recommended to have either a modified or improved cylinder choke. We suggest a quality steel or other non-toxic shell with 1 1/8 oz. to 1 3/8 oz. of shot depending on chamber length and gauge of gun.
License/stamps: Each client MUST have a Mississippi hunting license and Mississippi Duck Stamp along with a Federal Duck Stamp.



Each group of clients will be provided with a guide and dog.  The use of boat or atv is necessary in all hunting locations and will also be provided for each hunt.  The guide will be responsible for calling and retrieval of downed birds.