Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora

MEXICO DUCK HUNTING SONORA Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo is the perfect combination shotgunning vacation – Mexico duck hunting each morning and dove hunting each afternoon. This inclusive package is perfect for hunting groups of 4-8 that want to be exclusively among themselves. It’s a no brainer for hunting groups of 4-7 that want to be exclusively among themselves: generous bag limits of ducks and doves to thrill seasoned shooters, a selection of prime duck species to fill game rooms, world-class hospitality, first-class accommodations, and an all-inclusive package that offers real value.

This combo Mexico duck hunt is located in the right place. Situated perfectly in Sonora’s Yaqui Valley, the surrounding landscape is millions of acres of agricultural production adjacent to the Sea of Cortez.  This fertile bread basket of Mexico is primarily wheat, sorghum, corn and other grains for which an impressive system of freshwater canals deliver irrigation. Low-lying areas seasonally collect irrigation runoff, forming oases of seasonally flooded, freshwater ponds. Rife with moist-soil vegetation, they attract hungry and thirsty ducks in an otherwise desert. The duck hunting is incredible. Species include Cinnamon Teal, Green-winged Teal, Blue-winged Teal, Northern Pintail, Mexican Ducks (aka Mexican Mallard), Gadwall, American Wigeon, Canvasback, Redhead, Black-Bellied Whistling Duck, Northern Shoveler, Lesser Scaup, and more. Mexican Duck density is likely greater in the Yaqui Valley than anywhere in the entire world. Responding and decoying similarly to greenheads, Mexican Ducks here represent one of the most unexploited mallard-like species on the North American continent.

Besides duck hunting? Afternoon barrel burners for white-winged and mourning doves! Expect to shoot mucho cartuchos at swarms of mourning doves and white-wings over agricultural crops, near feed lots or watering areas.  It’s an exciting ending to a picture-perfect Mexico hunting day!

MEXICO DUCK HUNTING SONORAReserved for your group’s exclusive use, guests are lodged in the well-appointed hacienda in downtown Obregon, only 10 minutes from the local airport. Amenities feature 4 spacious, ensuite bedrooms, comfortable lounge areas, open bar, large dining room, roomy exterior patio, satellite television, wifi and fax.  Enjoy friendly atmosphere, impeccable service, security and the personal touch of experienced, well-trained staff.  Chef-prepared meals include beef, chicken, fish, Mexican specialties, and regional dessert favorites served by friendly wait-staff.  An open bar includes selections of spirits, beer, wine and, of course, excellent margaritas.

Typical days begin with an early wake-up and made-to-order full breakfasts.  Drive times range 45 minutes to an hour.  Field-staff have deployed decoys, built blinds and await the hunters. Two to 3 hunters are placed in freshly brushed blinds with solid footing.  Each hunter’s seat contains an assortment of iced beverages. After the morning duck hunt, guests return to the lodge for a mid-day siesta – cold drinks, lunch and naps – before returning to the field for doves.

Professional organization is utmost. The vehicle fleet is detailed meticulously each night, top-of-the-line equipment ensures your comfort and hunting enjoyment, hard-working staff works around the clock leaving no detail spared.  Use of clean, reliable Benelli semi-auto 12- and 20-gauge shotguns is included in this hunt package, or bring your own trusty shotgun for a small import fee (2 guns, 100 cartridges per shotgun allowed).  There are no other waterfowl operations in Sonora that have access to as many proven, high-quality areas. Properties that you will hunt are among the very best in the region, and new properties are added each year.

Truly great hunting programs don’t happen by accident. This Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo package is an extension of our immensely popular Obregon Mexico Duck Hunting Combo, which sells out over a year in advance. Recognizing a need to accommodate smaller groups exclusively, this hunt package was developed to focus on the two most popular hunting activities – ducks hunting and dove hunting.



Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo – Mexico duck hunting season dates available early-January through late-February. Contact us for available date sets.


ALL-INCLUSIVE Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo packages:

4-night/3-day Mexico duck hunting Sonora combo only $3,580

Non-hunters $400 daily

Lodge Exclusive – This Mexico duck hunting combo package is intended exclusively for private groups of 4-7 hunters.

These Mexico duck hunting combo packages are customized exclusively for GetDucks.com to include everything but the ammo you actually shoot and the costs of getting there.  Absolutely no hidden costs or surprises in this Mexico duck hunt.  




Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo packages include:

  • Round-trip airport transfers from Ciudad Obregón International Airport (CEN)
  • 3 morning Mexico duck hunts, 3 afternoon dove hunts
  • Exclusive lodging with satellite TV, wifi internet
  • Chef-prepared meals and appetizers, excellent guest services
  • All beverages throughout the day to include beer, wine, spirits
  • Outfitter-provided guns 12- or 20-gauge (recommended for convenience)
  • Duck and dove hunting licenses and permits
  • All daily hunting-related transfers
  • Professional guide services
  • Trophy freezer storage
  • ALL GRATUITIES for all guides, bird boys, house-staff and mariachi band entertainment within the scope of this exclusive program

These combo Mexico Duck Hunts are INCLUSIVE. Please note that gratuities are included. You will not be solicited for gratuities or extras at every turn. Additional gratuities should be left purely at your own discretion. 


Not Included

Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo packages do not include:

    • Airfare
    • Ammo – $16.50 /box waterfowl, $16.00 doves and quail
    • Personal firearm importation ($140) up to 2 guns and 100 rounds ammo per gun
    • Airport transfer from Hermosillo ($75 per-person round-trip).  Less than 3 passengers or special transfers POR.
    • Gratuity – dove hunting guide ($20 per shoot)
    • Gratuity – quail hunting guide ($30 per shoot)
    • Gratuity – “afternoon ducks/ canal shoots” guide ($30 per shoot)
    • Bass fishing ($150 per session)
    • Gratuity – bass fishing ($30)
    •  Fishing rod, reel and tackle rental ($40)
    • Extra hunt day (only if available) $750
    • Laundry services ($20 per basket)
    • Gun cleaning ($6 per instance)
    • Boot cleaning ($3 per instance)
    • Items of strictly personal nature
    • Travel Protection Plan (Trip Insurance)


Special notes

1. Effective December 1, 2014, a USDA Import Certification (VS-Certificate) is no longer required for import of birds from Mexico duck hunts.  All imported birds, however, must be consigned to a USDA Approved facility.

2. Guests are provided with hunting licenses, permits and tags and may import no more birds than what these documents provide.  For import into US, each bird must be properly tagged by the hunter. All containers in which imported birds are brought should be properly and conspicuously labeled regarding contents per 50CFR. Bird importation is solely the hunter’s responsibility.

3. Black-bellied Whistling and Fulvous Whistling ducks are listed as CITES species and require special permits. Permits require 30 days minimum to obtain from Mexico officials. You’ll be unable to personally transport them back immediately after the Mexico duck hunt, using export broker will incur additional fees.


What To Bring

Packing for this combo Sonora Mexico duck hunting trip is simple. Expect moderate weather (50s-80s).

  • Breathable, uninsulated waders are perfect. Many guests wear shorts underneath waders during their Mexico duck hunt.
  • Light-weight clothing in camo or earth tones, ball cap and sunglasses, hearing and eye protection, and sunscreen are musts during Mexico duck hunts.
  • Attire around the lodge is casual. Laundry services are available.
  • If taking trophies home, bring 2-gallon ziplocks, pen or marker, and tags for properly labeling your trophies.  Contact your USDA-approved taxidermist prior to your Mexico duck hunt to discuss taxidermy and import.
  • GetDucks.com will send an Mexico Duck Hunt Pre-Trip after deposit is received. Please contact us anytime to discuss your upcoming trip.


More Info

Getting There – Sonora Mexico Duck Hunting Combo

Mexico DUCK HUNTING SONORAFly into either Obregon or Hermosillo the day preceding your Mexico duck hunt.  You will be met by the staff and transferred to the lodge.

Please note that if traveling with your personal firearm, it is inadvisable to travel through Mexico City.  If flying with a firearm you need fly directly from the US into Obregon or Hermosillo.


Related Links – Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo

Certification of Registration for Personal Effects Taken Abroad (Form 4457)

Importation of Fish and Wildlife Form 3-177

Guidelines for Importing Birds


What to Bring (Packing List) – Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo

Mexico Waterfowl Hunt Checklist © is provided during pre-trip planning.


Weather  – Mexico Duck Hunting Sonora Combo

The climate in the Sonora region is temperate and rather dry, receiving an average of 9 inches (235 mm) of rain annually. Expect lows in the mid-50s warming to highs in the mid-80s.  Preceding your trip, consult the weather forecast for Ciudad de Obregon, Mexico, and pack accordingly.


VERY IMPORTANT NOTE – Mexico Duck Hunts Sonora Combo

Do NOT import ammunition without the proper permits.  This is a serious criminal offense in Mexico.  Quality ammunition will be available at the lodge, or you may import ammo pursuant to your firearm importation.


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