Arkansas duck hunting is synonymous with greenheads because of hunts like this one. This guided Arkansas duck hunt is perfect for groups of up to 8-10 guns that want to spend quality time among themselves and experience consistently great duck hunts.
Location, location, location: the fabled southeastern Arkansas region teems with overwintering waterfowl and Commander’s Corner is poised to make the most of it. Their highly-coveted, privately-owned inholding is perfectly situated in the middle of Overflow NWR’s 6,000-acre waterfowl sanctuary. Heavy straps are the norm. Mallards comprise the bulk of daily harvests. The mallards may not come out to play in earnest until the sun comes up, but most mornings you won’t want to miss the spectacle that is numerous swarms of waterfowl trafficking the sky at sunrise.
In addition to mallards, gadwalls, pintail, green-winged teal and several other species eagerly work the large, permanent spreads of quality decoys. Located only 5 miles from the lodge, Arkansas duck hunting at Commander’s Corner is conducted from large, in-ground blinds capable of comfortably accommodating 8 to 10 guns.
Wide blind tops keep hunters obscured deep within shadows on bright days and are a welcomed respite during inclement weather. Leave the chest waders at home if you’d rather – blinds are accessed by short, dry walks on a wide, level levees. Simply step into the blind and enjoy the show.
Guests are lodged near Wilmot, Arkansas. Duck camp atmosphere, very comfortably furnished, amenities include satellite TV and wifi, 4 bedrooms and 4 full bathrooms. It’s convenient to hunting areas and a great place to visit with friends, family or clients. Meals are home-cooked, southern soul-food dishes.
Within about 1.5 hours drive time of Monroe, Louisiana, this Arkansas duck hunt is convenient to commercial airline services. It’s also within only one day’s driving distance for much of the central US.
Arkansas duck hunting season usually opens the Saturday before Thanksgiving and closes the last Sunday in January.
$600 daily Arkansas duck hunting packages at Commander’s Corner. Most guest book 3+ days, but duration can be customized.
Spacious blinds accommodate 8-10 guns. Ask about special corporate group rates or exclusively leasing pits by the day.
A 50% non-refundable deposit required to reserve dates. Balance due upon arrival.
Arkansas duck hunting packages at Commander’s Corner include lodging, fully-guided hunts, and field transportation. Post-hunt brunch and dinner is also included.
Arkansas duck hunting packages at Commander’s Corner do not include license and stamps, guns or ammo, bird processing (available locally), spirits, gratuities (suggest 10-15%). Meals are available at local restaurants or can be catered.
Commander’s Corner is located near Wilmot, Arkansas, about 30 minutes from Bastrop, Louisiana. Nearest commercial flight services are located in Monroe, Louisiana (MLU) about an hour’s drive away.
Guests arrive at about 4 PM the afternoon preceding their scheduled hunt. Check-out is at noon following the last morning hunt.
What To Bring
Warm waders and waterproof parka, face mask or paint, base layers, gloves, headlight, shotgun choked IC to M, non-toxic ammo such as 3-inch magnum steel 3s, blind bag. Ice chest for beverages, game transportation. BYOB. Duck hunting in Arkansas requires an Arkansas Nonresident Annual or 5-Day Small Game Hunting License, Arkansas Nonresident Waterfowl Stamp, Federal Waterfowl Stamp, and HIP.
Professional bird processing services are located nearby. Waterfowl are processed in compliance with federal regs (whole-picked with wing attached) for $2.50 per duck, $3.50 per goose.
Obedient retrievers are welcome. Bring your retriever or hunt over your guide’s experienced lab.
Connect with Commander’s Corner – Arkansas Duck Hunting Guide Outfitter
Jake Humble (318) 547-7658
Ramsey Russell (601) 214-9737
For more information or to schedule an Arkansas duck hunting trip with Commander’s Corner, please contact Harrison Banks directly:
cell (318) 547-1655