What to expect: After you book your hunt and the days are drawing closer to your hunt date, we have already been preparing and spending numerous hours and miles on the road scouting huntable numbers of birds for your hunt. The day before your hunt we will contact you with a scouting report and the time/place we will be meeting (typically Sherman, Whitesboro or Bonham, TX). Once you meet your guide you will follow them to the hunt location. Normally we can drive right up to the blinds and walking/carrying gear is kept to a minimum. 

The guide provides all the decoys, gear, calling and blinds. You are not expected to help with the set up, but some folks enjoy helping out with throwing decoys. After setting up the guide will have some expectations from the hunt group, that will help the hunt be as productive as possible (wearing face mask, staying still and quite when birds are working, only shooting when shots are called). Our hunts run until limits are reached or 11:00 am. 

 

Things to bring: 

TX Hunting License 

State Migratory Endorsement

Federal Duck Stamp

Non Toxic Shot,( steel, hevi-shot, bismuth, NO LEAD SHOT!) in sizes BB,1,2,3 or 4

Shotgun ( Please make sure it is plugged!)

Appropriate footware ( waders are not typically needed, mud boots or regular hunting boots are fine)

Camo in any pattern is fine, but dress appropriate for the weather. 

Rain gear

Face mask or face paint

Gloves

 

Our Promise To You: We are all very passionate about hunting, our operation and especially you. We work very hard to make sure each and every hunt is done with the utmost professionalism, we take care in every small detail of the hunt to make sure it is the very best it can be for the varying conditions we experience from day to day. "Honesty is the best policy" Before your hunt we will give you a scouting report and how our most recent hunts have been going. If we are not seeing many birds during our scout trip, we will give you the option to reschedule your hunt. 

 

This page is to help answer common questions we recieve, what to expect and things you need to bring on your hunt.

What To Expect