Special Note - Due to drought in Oklahoma, and the paucity of covies pursuant to scouting, we are not accepting new quail-only hunting guests. Oklahoma quail hunting here is now part of a fun-filled day of morning duck hunts and afternoon quail hunts.
Northwest Oklahoma has long been known for its outstanding quail populations and consistently produces the kind of quail hunting that quail hunters in most other states would die for! Let our outfitter show you great wild quail hunting, guaranteed. Wild quail: we make the distinction. Numerous properties encompassing about 35,000 managed acres ensure quality hunting opportunities and low-pressured birds.
Hunts are custom-tailored to the specific needs or pace of each individual hunter or group. Each quail hunt is fully guided. Each guide is professional, experienced and dedicated to your enjoyable stay. These kennels contain seasoned, quail-savvy pointers, well-conditioned from hunting wild birds. A deep roster makes sure there are fresh, eager dogs for each and every quail hunt. Of course, you are also welcomed to bring your dogs. Your favorite dog will think they've died and gone to Hunting Dog Heaven.
The hunting lodge is a great place to relax after a long day's eventful hunt in northwestern Oklahoma. A nice, clean, comfortable lodge with home-cooked meals is the perfect place to recap the day's events. Meals offer a hearty mix of southern- and western-style cooking.
Northwest Oklahoma's sand hill and short grass prairies habitats consist of interspersed oak and wild plum thickets, native grasslands, farmed and ranched lands that effectively support bobwhite quail. With careful management and a solid hunting plan, 10-bird limits were the pre-drought rule here, not the exception. Guests should now reasonably expect to find 3-6 wild-bird covies during afternoon quail hunts.
This Oklahoma quail hunt can be paired with an early morning duck hunt. This part of the Central Flyway boasts many, many migratory mallards that settle in to feast on an abundance of grains and, a further to the south, peanuts. Duck hunts are well-scouted in advance of the hunt, are usually conducted on small potholes with small spreads, and provide fast-paced, in-your-face action.
Usually mid-November through mid-February
Oklahoma quail hunt and duck hunt combo package $450/day. Number of days may be customized but the standard package is usually 3-4 days.
Shooting glasses are recommended. They protect your eyes from brush, accidents and, depending on the color, can enable you to detect the bird faster.
Expect low humidity, wind and dry conditions. Bring plenty of water daily if applicable, for your bird dogs.
Bring a quality shears or scissors to clean birds. Bring plastic bags and an ice chest for transporting birds home.
Oklahoma Quail Hunting:
Be prepared to dress in layers. It may be windy, wet, warmer or colder. You may be pushing or blocking. Consult the weather forecast for Woodward, Oklahoma, before departing from home.
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"Dog power, hard working guides, easy walking, beautiful habitat and most importantly plenty of birds defined our Oklahoma quail hunt. Thank you for providing the opportunity to experience bird numbers comparable to those described to me by my Grandfather during his hunting years in Mississippi's heyday.
Whether one is an avid bird hunter, retired due to the lack of opportunity or one wanting to experience for the first time the beauty of the ultimate quail hunting vacation, I confidently recommend your Oklahoma quail hunts."
Referenced Hunt: Oklahoma Quail Hunting
The quality of the quail hunting, the
excellent condition of habitat, and the fellowship at the lodge is
a rare combination not easily found on commercial hunts these
days. Chasing bobwhites in those sandhill plum thickets is a
passion that I have and we hope to do it again soon."
~ Mike Oliver
Referenced Hunt: Oklahoma Quail Hunting