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2-Day Private Duck Hunt for 6 near Abilene, Texas

Regular Price: $3,000.00

Special Price: $2,500.00

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Quick Overview

Hunt well-rested ponds on private land just outside of Abilene, Texas on this two-day, fully-guided duck hunt for up to six people with all decoys and bird cleaning/breasting included.

Corporate Duck Hunts in Texas


This outfitter has been in business since 1989 and strictly guides on private land. That way it is guaranteed there will be no crowds and nobody to ruin your hunt. This outfitter has over 25 ponds to hunt and each location is rested a minimum of one week between hunts. They also scout daily so you are sure to be on a hot hole each time you go out. They promise they will not put you on a stale hunt.

From the Outfitter

"Our goal is to get you a limit of ducks, not a cold wet sunrise. The upcoming 2015/2016 season is shaping up to be one of the best in recent history. Banner conditions up north, in the Duck Factory, have resulted in record hatches and numbers!

Our guides are experienced, knowledgeable, and easy going. They'll do the calling, set the decoys, and make sure you are well concealed. As ducks are harvested, the guides (or their trained retrievers) will fetch your ducks while you remain cozy in the blind, shootin' the bull with your buddies."

Gunn&Hook Resources on Duck Hunting

2015 Waterfowl Survey: Duck Numbers Remain High
5 Rules of the Duck Blind
How to Scout for Duck Season
Cool Video: DIY Texas-Rigged Duck Decoys
Waterfowl Identification: Dabbling Ducks

What to Bring

• Valid Texas hunting license
• Federal ($25) and state ($7) waterfowl stamps
• 12-, 16- or 20-gauge shotgun and ammo (only non-toxic ammunition is allowed)
• Climate appropriate camouflage clothing
• Camouflage jacket, hat and/or face mask
• Waders, if preferred
• Warm, lined rubber boots
• Eye protection or sunglasses
• Ear protection
• Cooler
• Freezer bags
• Ice for cooler
• Food and beverages
• Personal care items
• Camera or GoPro

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