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Guided Duck Hunts in Arkansas

Guided Duck Hunts in Arkansas

With access to over 7,000 acres of leases over a 35-mile area, Ducks-n-Dogs offers a wide array of Arkansas waterfowl hunting opportunities.   From flooded fields of rice, beans, milo, and corn, to flooded timber, river sloughs, and cypress swamps we offer a variety of fully guided duck & goose hunting opportunities. Our guides scout the surrounding area daily to locate positions holding the largest concentrations of birds to assure you and your hunting group a great waterfowl hunting experience.

Generally, hunting is done out of skid blinds and pit blinds (although duck boats are sometimes used as conditions may dictate). Transportation to and from the blinds is provided by our Polaris crew cabs or 4-Wheelers. Most of our fields employ decoy spreads of anywhere between 100 - 500 decoys.

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Waterfowl Hunting Details

Arkansas Waterfowl Hunting Details

Each group has its own professional guide and retrieving dog. All of our duck hunting guides are locals to the Stuttgart region, with life-long waterfowl hunting knowledge of the area. They are expert duck hunters and duck callers, and work hard to provide you with a successful and memorable Arkansas duck hunt.

2023 Arkansas Waterfowl Hunting Season 

Nov. 20 - Nov. 28th
Dec. 9 - Dec. 23rd
Dec. 26 - Dec. 30th

License Requirements:
You will need an Arkansas small game license and federal duck stamp, and either a state duck stamp or non-resident waterfowl permit.

Duck Hunting Guides Arkansas

Arkansas Duck Hunting Rates 2023

Morning Duck Hunt

  • $500.00 / person (includes overnight at the lodge, meals, and duck processing; gratuities not included).

$500.00 non-refundable, non-transferable deposit required to reserve your booking.


Arrive at the hunting lodge, Dinner and prepare for the hunt, morning duck hunt, breakfast and ducks will be processed, depart lodge.

Flooded Timber Duck Hunts in Arkansas

Flooded Timber Duck Hunts in Arkansas

Stuttgart, Arkansas offers some of the best flooded timber duck hunts in the nation. For many seasoned duck hunters, this is a dream hunt. At Ducks n Dogs, we hunt a variety of flooded timber holes around the lodge. The timing for a flooded timber hunt can be a little tricky, depending on water conditions, so contact us for more details about planning a hunt.

So, Why is Hunting Duck in Flooded Timber So Exciting?

Duck hunting in flooded timber is so exciting because there is nothing like watching a flock of distant ducks respond to an expert caller but flooded timber hunts offer a different type of excitement. As a pair wood ducks or mallards appear and start circling close, you suddenly see them multiply - it can feel like being surrounded by a swarm of bees.

The buzzing builds until you’ve got flocks working in and out of the timber at many levels. There’s less need for calling with hunting flooded timber but the excitement is equal to any waterfowl hunt. 

Arkansas Duck Hunts

Focused on Birds & Hunting Dogs

Waterfowl Hunting around Stuttgart: Be it a rice field, flooded timber (when conditions permit), cypress pond, or a secret honey-hole our guides will employ a lifetime of guiding and hunting knowledge to create the Best Duck Hunting experience in Arkansas.  With a variety of waterfowl hunting opportunities, you will be shooting ducks and geese, supported by our highly trained duck hunting dogs.

Flooded Timber Hunts Arkansas

Arkansas Waterfowl Bag Limits - 2023

Six ducks per day with no more than 4 mallards - 2 hens 3 wood ducks, 1 black duck, 2 pintails, one canvasback, and 2 redheads. Ducks not listed have no restrictions beyond the 6 duck per day limit. Possession limits for ducks = 3 times the daily limit

Flooded Timber Hunts Stuttgart

What To Bring:

  • Shotgun
  • Ammunition - must be steel, tungsten, bismuth, or other non-toxic material
  • Chest waders - camouflage
  • Coat - camouflage and water-proof
  • Cooler - for transportation of your birds home
  • Camera and film

Common Questions About Arkansas Duck Hunts

When is the best time for duck hunting in Arkansas?

Duck hunting is great throughout the whole season but it's best when the moon is dark. The ducks seem to be more active during this period.

What gauge shotgun should I use for Arkansas waterfowl hunting?

Most hunters use 12 gauge but 20 is sufficient. 3 or 3.5-inch shells with 1-4 shot is recommended.

What do I need to bring on my hunt?

Hunting clothes (dress in layers), rain gear, camo clothing, extra boots, cooler to take home birds.

Is an Arkansas Duck hunting license included or do I need to purchase one?

You need to purchase a license prior to your hunt. We can assist you with this after you book your hunt but you will need an Arkansas small game license, state and federal waterfowl stamps & HIP registration.