Located in northwestern Missouri's famed Golden Triangle, this first-class operator offers some of the finest duck hunting and best-managed habitats existing in the entire Mississippi Flyway. the nearby 3 major waterfowl refuges, including Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Grand Pass Conservation Area, and Fountain Grove Conservation Area overwinter spectacular numbers of ducks and geese. Combined with solid hunting strategy, an unbelievable number of greenheads swing from hunters' straps.
Flooded cropfields, expansive moist-soil impoundments, oxbow sloughs, and dry fields provide a proof-positive variety of quality duck hunting opportunities: hunt ducks where they want to be every single day. Top-quality decoys and equipment, pre-scouted hunt locations and excellent calling are the hallmarks of this operation. From intensive habitat management to maintenance of open water, absolutely nothing is spared in delivering the North American duck hunt of a lifetime.
Private lodging is spacious and comfortable, the perfect place to stretch your feet out in front of the fireplace and relive the day's memorable hunt. Nightly dinners are catered by Pear Tree Restaurant, a distinguished 5-star restaurant recently inducted into the Missouri Restaurant Hall of Fame. Main courses of prime rib, salmon, filet mignon, chicken, various pastas, and ribeyes, are accompanied by salads, home-made dressings, fresh vegetables, breads, home-made desserts, and matched with the perfect wine.
2009-10 Missouri Waterfowl Hunting Season Dates (North Zone):
Duck Hunting - Oct 31 to Dec 29
Canada Goose Hunting - Sept 26 to Oct 7 and Nov 26 to Jan 31
White-fronted Goose Hunting - Nov 26 to Jan 31
Light Goose Hunting (Snows, blues, Ross') - Oct 31 to Jan 31
The Conservation Order for light geese will be in effect from February 1-April 30 with no bag limit. Hunters may use electronic calls and unplugged shotguns, and shoot from ½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset. A Conservation Order Permit is the only permit required for residents & nonresidents during this time.
Inclusive Per-Hunter Missouri Duck Hunting Package Rates
$1,950 3-day Missouri duck hunt with 2-3 hunters minimum required to book.
$1,800 3-day guided Missouri duck hunt, 4 hunters minimum required to book.
Fly into Kansas City the day preceding your hunt and drive about 1.5 hours to lodge.
Lodge check-in is 5 pm, dinner is usually served shortly after 7 pm. Depart at noon following your last morning's Missouri duck hunt.
The following is suggested for Missouri duck hunts:
Licensing - Missouri Duck Hunting
Required to hunt ducks in Missouri: Nonresident Small Game Hunting Permit, a federal duck stamp, a Migratory Bird Hunting Permit. Nonresident permits can be purchased by phone in advance of your Missouri duck hunt at (800) 392-4115.
Bird Limits - Missouri Duck Hunting
Retriever Policy - Missouri Duck Hunts
Properly trained retrievers are always welcome, but they must be well managed so as not to negatively impact the hunting. Outfitter reserves the right to request dog no longer be hunted. A tie down stake or leash strongly recommended to ensure dog safety.
Bird Processing - Missouri Duck Hunts
Bird Cleaning is not included in cost of Missouri Duck Hunting package, but a helping hand is usually provided by this highly-professional staff. Birds may be breasted or picked. A nearby migratory bird processing facility is available. For $3-$4 per bird, your duck will be professionally picked, frozen and ready for home transport.
We strongly suggest bringing ice chests large enough to ensure proper care of birds. All ducks must be kept in ice chest located in hunters vehicle. USFWS statutes regarding transportation of migratory game birds are carefully adhered.
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Contact us for more information about Guided Missouri duck hunts.
Missouri duck hunting packages include: Guided hunts, top-notched equipment, quality lodging, excellent meals, bird cleaning assistance.
Not included in Missouri duck hunting packages: Shotgun shells, Non-resident Small Game Hunting Permit ($80), Migratory Bird Hunting Permit ($6) and Federal duck stamp ($15), optional bird processing ($2-$3 per bird), voluntary gratuities, and Travel Protection (Trip Insurance).
This experienced outfitter offers some of the finest Missouri duck hunting and migrator Canada goose hunting along the entire Mississippi Flyway. Three nearby waterfowl refuges, including Swan Lake National Wildlife Refuge, Grand Pass Conservation Area, and Fountain Grove Conservation Area overwinter spectacular numbers of ducks and geese. Combined with solid private-lands hunting strategy and perfect habitat, an unbelievable number of greenheads and honkers swing from hunters' straps.