Duck hunting in Mazatlan Mexico is the South-of-the-border duck hunting experience which surpasses all others. With over 30 years of hunting in the southern half of Sinaloa Mexico’s west coast, our staff is professional, knowledgeable and endeavors to provide you the best duck hunting vacation imaginable, in an area that also provides perfect winter beach vacation for the entire family. The Pacific and Central flyways converge here to provide a tremendous variety of waterfowl. Over 15 different North American duck species are harvested by hunters and avid bird collectors. Getting bird specimens taxidermy is easily accomplished.
The Mexican government is very generous with duck limits. Duck hunting limits are 20 ducks per day for which the operator allows 100 cartridges. For those that would rather dove hunt in the afternoons, than to lounge around the pool or stroll along the white sand beaches, dove hunting is available and limits are 40-50 doves per day (changing yearly) including a mixed bag of white wing and morning doves. The duck hunting season runs 120 days, from the first week of November through the first week of March (with the exception of Christmas Day and New Year’s Day) – perfect for timing a winter duck hunting vacation following your state’s season closure.
Our Mexico duck hunts take place in private fresh water ponds, and the beautifully scenic estuaries along Mexico’s west coast, which are plentiful within a short drive. Hunt from natural and man-made dry blinds with no more than 2 hunters per blind.
From the vehicles to the airboats, the top-of-the-line equipment ensures your comfort and hunting enjoyment. Our shotguns include a dozen new Benelli Super Black-Eagles. There’s no hassle traveling through customs with firearms – gun use is included in package FREE, no additional cost.
All duck hunters are guaranteed an ocean front room, double occupancy, in the extremely nice Holiday Inn Sun Spree Resort when purchasing a hunting package. The Holiday Inn is located on the Pacific coast of Mexico in the “golden zone” of Mazatlan, convenient to shopping, excellent restaurants and night clubs. This Mazatlan Mexico duck hunt has become a popular couples retreat among our clients, and hunters bringing non-hunting companions receive the GetDucks.com special rate: non-hunting spouses are FREE, no additional charge.
In addition to excellent Mexico duck hunting, several other activities may be arranged to make this Mazatlan Mexico duck hunt a true repreive from winter back home. Parasailing, saltwater or largemouth bass fishing, tennis, golf, swimming, spa treatments, sight-seeing and shopping are among the many enjoyable activities nearby.
Note – through GetDucks.com, the Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting package is fully-customizable. In addition to world-class duck hunting and the best pre-trip services in the industry, additional days to enjoy Mazatlan Mexico may be arranged at hotel-rates only for you to sight-see, fish, or relax.
The Mexico Duck Hunting Season lasts 120 days, from the first week of November through the first week of March. Prime dates for bagging waterfowl trophies with excellent plumage are from late-January through the season end.
This particular Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting package is an excellent couples retreat. What better way to spend a weekend in February than experiencing Mexico’s abundant sunshine with friends? There are plenty of activities for hunters and non-hunters alike, the temperatures in February are in the mid-80s, and the sounds of five-foot waves pounding sand sets a relaxing tone.
Rates for Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunts:
GetDucks.com exclusive: non-hunting spouses come at no additional cost!
3 Day / 4 Night, Mazatlan Mexico Duck hunt: $2,045
4 Day / 5 Night, Mazatlan Mexico Duck hunt: $2,495
Add a 5th day (6th night) to your Mazatlan Mexico hunt for $625
*To ensure the utmost quality, minimum 3-day packages only. There are no 1-day or 2-day Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting packages available.
ALL PRICES PLUS 16% VALUE ADDED TAX
Deposits: A 50% deposit of hunt price is required to reserve hunt dates. Hunt balances are due 60 days prior to the hunt.
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Great shooting is expected, but the kinds of feedback below best demonstrate this Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting package’s annual popularity:
Bringing me along on your Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting trip could backfire – I might not let you go hunting there without me again! I can still hear the waves pounding the beach just outside our patio door, I’m craving Tamazula Shrimp from Los Arcos and that 80-degree weather was much better than the snow back home! You shot ducks and I enjoyed a great beach vacation. How about some more couples packages from GetDucks.com in the near future! ~ Anita Russell, GetDucks.com Travel & Administration
“Just a note to say thank you for the great trip to Mexico (Mazatlan Duck Hunt). The accomodations were great and the view from our balcony was priceless. It was so nice to meet you and Anita.” ~ Jackie Beck, Non-hunting Spouse
Getting There – Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting
Direct flights daily directly into Mazatlan, Mexico (MZT). Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Continental, Delta, Frontier, Mexicana, Northwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, US Airways and WestJet handle international traffic to and from Mazatlan, Mexico, with flights from the US cities of Los Angeles, San Francisco, Phoenix, Denver, Houston, Minneapolis. We will personally arrange round-trip hotel transfers via a tour operator and air-conditioned vans, or you may opt to take a taxi.
Itinerary – Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting
Following your last hunting day, enjoy a final night in Mazatlan. Airport transfers are usually mid-late morning (about 3 hours preceding you scheduled flight time), and international departure time are early- to mid-afternoon.
Trophy Duck Species – Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting
January through March, many North American duck species that are desirable to sportsmen and collectors alike are in prime breeding plumage. The following duck species are common to Mazatlan Mexico duck hunting: Northern Pintail (Anas acuta), American Wigeon (Anas americana), Black Belly Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna autumnalis), Fulvous Whistling Duck (Dendrocygna bicolor), Canvasback (Aythya valisineria), Northern Shoveler (Anas clypeata), Cinnamon Teal (Anas cyanoptera), Green-Winged Teal (Anas crecca), and Blue-Winged Teal (Anas discors), Redhead (Aythya americana), Greater Scaup (Aythya marila), Lesser Scaup (Aythya affinis), Ruddy Duck (Oxyura jamaicensis), Gadwall (Anas strepera). While the teal trio comprises the majority of birds bagged, an uncommon and highly-prized trophy is the Mexican Mallard (Anas platyrhynchos diazi). Getting your trophy ducks back home is easily accomplished through GetDucks.com’s on-staff, USDA-certified taxidermist. Forms and instructions provided.
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About the Area – Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunts
Mazatlán is a Nahuatl word meaning “place of the deer.” The city was founded in 1531. By the mid-1800s a large group of immigrants had arrived from Germany and developed Mazatlán into a thriving commercial seaport, importing equipment for the nearby gold and silver mines. They also founded the Pacifico Brewery in 1900.
The nickname which has been given to the modern Mazatlan, “Pearl of the Pacific”, has nothing to do with pearls, it is a gracious compliment to this very friendly Pacific resort city. Mazatlan is a very interesting city and embraces tourism with a zest, but Mazatlan is more than just a resort. When you visit Mazatlan, you should prepare yourself for an active vacation. Mazatlan has great beaches, many attractions, a variety of interesting historical sites and many interesting monuments spread out all over the city. Just visiting the monuments and statues could take up an entire day. Of course, if all you want to do is enjoy the surf and sun, this is OK too. The beach and the water activities associated with resort vacations is what vacations are all about for many travelers. Mazatlan offers you many different choices for your vacation, kicked back – full relaxation, active – adventurous, ecological – exploratory.
Mazatlan has been known for years, dating to film stars such as John Wayne, Gary Cooper, John Huston, and others of their generation, for the excellent sport fishing, and a number of sport fishing fleets exist (light-tackle saltwater fishing for red snapper, for example, is usually prime during the duck hunting months). Mazatlan is also a base for nearby trophy largemouth bass fishing. Excellent dove and duck hunting is readily available in the outlying areas. Mazatlan is home to one of the worlds greatest parties, Carnival. Carnival, usually the last week in February or the first part of March, is a century-old Mazatlan tradition.
So in addition to excellent Mexico duck hunting for a variety of coveted species, activities that range from fishing, sailing, surfing, parasailing and kayaking to shopping, fine dining and dancing. Mazatlán duck hunting packages provide something for everyone to enjoy. The local shrimp fleet is the largest in Mexico; fresh seafood is abundant. GetDucks.com’s Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunt Pre-trip includes among other details restaurant names and menu items approved by guests for nearly a decade.
Mean Temperature Range (Rainfall) – Duck Hunting in Mazatlan
Nov 82° – 63° F / 28° – 17° C (0.79 inches)
Dec 81° – 55° F / 27° – 13° C (0.67 inches)
Jan 79° – 50° F / 26° – 10° C (0.43 inches)
Feb 77° – 52° F / 25° – 11° C (0.55 inches)
Mar 86° – 63° F / 26° – 11° C (0.24 inches)
VERY IMPORTANT NOTE – Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunting
Hunters that try to import ammunition without the proper permits discover the ugly consequences. This is a serious criminal offense in Mexico, so don’t dream of trying it. Ammunition will available there.
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I think it would be hard to improve upon the way this Mazatlan Mexico duck hunt is conducted. The guides were very punctual and courteous, did their job well and tried to make the hunt as enjoyable as possible. The office staff was well versed with filling out the paper work to bring the birds back as well as explaining how the hunt was conducted. The Mazatlan weather couldn't have been better and blinds were easily accessible. The food at all restaurants suggested in the GetDucks.com pre-trip was fantastic. The hotel staff was excellent. Spending quality time after the morning hunt with our spouses was an added bonus. This was a perfect trip to bring your spouse along, she was blown away, and said we should do this again.
I thought everything from the initial contact to the completion of the hunt was first rate - there wasn't anything I did not like working with GetDucks.com. Any questions we had were answered promptly no matter how trivial. The information on the web site is most informative and helpful. I feel GetDucks.com have put a lot of thought and "home work" into developing the perfect Mazatlan Mexico duck hunt package.
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"Shooting was wonderful, amount of birds was fabulous. We really enjoyed the city of Mazatlan, its people and food. Awesome trip to a Mexican beach resort for the spouse and I, with great morning duck hunting as a bonus."
- Kris SchaumburgReferenced Hunt: Mazatlan Mexico Duck Hunt
"Our honeymoon in Mazatlan was a heck of a trip! Thank you GetDucks.com! Nine days of great Mexico weather, a whole lot of great seafood and beer, plus 3 mornings of fantastic Mazatlan duck hunting. On a couple mornings, my new bride went along as photographer, what more could a man ask? There were 6 days and 3 afternoons for other fun activities, and we had a great time fishing one day."
Eric LippReferenced Hunt: Mexico Duck Hunts in Mazatlan