When it comes to duck hunting, there’s only one place to be – Stuttgart, Arkansas. We’re known as the “Rice and Duck Capital of the World” and for good reason. We grow more rice and harvest more Mallard ducks than anywhere else in the country.
Want to book a hunt? Visit our list of Duck Camps below. Also, be sure to visit Mack’s Prairie Wings, “America’s Premier Waterfowl Outfitter” while you are here!
CAMPS, LODGING & GUIDE SERVICES
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Perfectly and strategically located in the heart of Stuttgart, Arkansas duck country, the majority of our continuous hunting grounds and lodge are located less than 5 miles from the city center. Our hunting packages include both meals and lodging making your trip as smooth and easy to plan as possible. Our guides live and breathe ducks and geese. They are extremely knowledgeable about the area and are willing to teach along the way for the less experienced hunters. If its cupping mallards or monster spins of geese, we have you covered. A quick ride in a ranger from the lodge can put you under the mallards you have heard about in Arkansas. For more information, contact James Cioni @ (936)661-3027 , email Hunt@2woutfitters.com, or www.2woutfitters.com
Southwind Outdoors is the Arkansas Affiliate of a network of outdoor sportsman’s clubs providing club members access to private hunting land in Arkansas, as well as other states, including Missouri, Kansas, and South Dakota, for waterfowl, deer, turkey, and upland bird hunting, fishing, camping and more! From great hunting here at home to that out-of-state trip of a lifetime, Southwind and its affiliate clubs have something for everyone who enjoys the outdoors. In East Arkansas, club members have access to a variety of waterfowl properties, including Arkansas River frontage, flooded rice, milo, corn, and soybean fields, cypress sloughs, flooded timber, lakes and reservoirs, some of which are planted in Japanese millet to provide additional food supplies. Several of these properties are only a few miles from Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Areas, which helps keep more ducks in the area. Southwind has partnered with the Central Arkansas, Big Rock Chapter of Quail Forever, https://www.facebook.com/bigrockqf, in an effort to help re-establish huntable populations of quail in Arkansas. Native grasses are being re-introduced, as well as other management techniques conducive to quail are being performed on select areas of club property Quality deer can be found on many of our Arkansas properties, most of which are in the Arkansas River Delta. These highly fertile and agricultural areas provide an ample food supply and compliment the Quality Buck Management Program we utilize on some of our more promising units. Minerals, cottonseed, winter wheat, and buck forage oats on our property inside the Arkansas River Levee have helped produce harvested bucks with inside rack spreads over 18 inches and weights up to 285 lbs. For more information, visit www.southwindoutdoors.com or call (501) 537-0400.
Arkansas County Guide Service is located in the heart of the “DUCK CAPITAL OF THE WORLD” Stuttgart, Arkansas. We offer premier duck and goose hunting in Stuttgart, Arkansas from over 4000 acres of prime duck hunting land to 40,000 acres of conservation snow goose hunts. Arkansas County Guide Service offers guided duck and goose hunts as well as self guided/daily duck blind leases. Our guided duck hunts are in flooded timber, fields and cypress bottoms. Specklebelly goose hunts and conservation snow goose hunts take place in fields around the Grand Prairie. Self-guided daily duck blind leases are all in flooded fields. Our lodging headquarters is 15 miles southeast of Stuttgart, Arkansas. At the lodge we offer a fully furnished facility for hunters to do their own meals and kick back around the fire and enjoy an Arkansas sunset. Contact Chad Lloyd at 870-830-7430 or for more information visit www.arcountyguideservice.com or www.arkansasduckandgoosehunts.com.
BAYOU LAGRUE LODGE, INC
LODGING ONLY- Established in 1981. Located 4 miles NE of DeWitt off Highway 1. Lodge can sleep 4-5 people. Big screen TV, fireplace, lots of recliners. Home-cooked meals. Open all year. Call Debby or Scott Bowlin at (870) 946-5511 for rates. Contact Debby at IBDebby650@yahoo.com or text (870) 946-5511.
Located 15 miles south of Stuttgart on the banks of Bayou Meto. Our lodge offers first-class accommodations and food services for up to 16 hunters. The lodge common area includes fireplace, bar, den, TV room, dining area, boot room, and a patio overlooking the Bayou Meto. Transportation to and from the field and duck processing is provided. Guide hunts, meals and lodging are $400 per day. Sporting clays and P.M. goose hunts are also available. All hunts are on private land. Phone Adam Newcomb at cell phone (501) 860-3903 or home phone (501) 778-2085. Lodge number during season is (870) 873-4815. Visit our website at www.bayoumetolodge.com or email us at email@example.com
“Blazn’ Guns” is located 10 miles west of Brinkley. We offer professionally guided hunts at an affordable rate. We have over 14,000 acres of privately owned ground which includes flooded rice and soybean ground and flooded timber holes as well. Our licensed guides have a combined 30+ years of experience. We also have a 4000 square foot lodge as well as a 10,000 square foot lodge to offer our guests. We at “Blazn Guns” believe in “killing ducks” and having a good time while doing so. For more information or to book your hunts contact Damon at (501) 514-2560 or Mel at (501) 259-5926. You may also visit our website at: www.blaznguns.com.
Bridges Lodges & Leases, LLC, The Elms Lodge and Beaver Dam Guide Service, LLC offer you land leases, lodging, and day hunting. We are located in the Wabbaseka/Altheimer area, just 18 miles South of Stuttgart, near the Wildlife Management Are, in the very heart of duck country. We offer season land leases as well as day hunting. Choose one of our multiple duck lodges. Our lodges offer full accommodations. Lodges are also available at a season rate for those that want a lodge for their own club. For more information, call Kim (501) 690-0164 or visit www.ElmsLodge.com
Experience the hunting adventure of a lifetime! Our expert guides offer duck hunting on privately-owned timberland and flooded fields. Our family-owned lodge is located between the Arkansas and White Rivers in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway. Our 7,800 square foot luxury lodge is located in Gillett in southern Arkansas county, which is 40 miles south of Stuttgart. Come relax in our Great Room in front of the fireplace and enjoy pool, ping pong and our fully stocked open bar. We provide a light breakfast before the morning hunt and a full southern style breakfast after the hunt. A late lunch in served in early afternoon with a full dinner at 7:00 PM. We do provide kennels and hunting licenses and duck stamps can be bought on site . Our facility is handicap accessible and we accept all major credit cards. A one night package includes dinner, open bar, morning hunt and breakfast for $900 per person. We guarantee a great time! Come join us! For booking and all questions contact Greg Hackney at 870-509-1288. Greg and Julie Hackney, owners. www.buckshotducklodge.com/
LODGING ONLY- CrossHeirs Retreat Center is known as the Taj Mahal of Duck Hunting. Duck hunting is about more than just ducks. It’s about a hearty breakfast after a cold morning in the woods. It’s about a good afternoon nap in a quiet room. It’s about good friends telling stories around a fire pit…some of them true. It’s about a dinner so good you talk about it until you come back again next year. If you want more out of your next duck hunting trip you need to stay at the CrossHeirs Retreat Center. Sitting on a secluded peninsula amidst a 280 acre farm just outside of Stuttgart, CrossHeirs is the ideal setting for your next lifetime memory. Big Jim’s Lodge is the centerpiece of CrossHeirs. The 14,000 square foot, 16-bedroom facility was built in 1999 and has been described by The Wall Street Journal as the “Taj Mahal of Duck Hunting!”* Each of Big Jim’s 16-rooms comes with two queen sized beds and its own private bathroom. The towering den makes the perfect backdrop to reflect on the days hunt, bask in the glow of the wood burning fireplace or challenge your friends to a game of pool. Our amazing chefs will personally prepare the most mouthwatering meals sure to please even the most discriminating palate-make sure you bring stretchy pants! CrossHeirs Retreat Center – Because it’s about more than just the ducks – Call today for rates and availability (501) 352-3465 or visit our website at: www.crossheirs.org
Cypress Crossing Duck Club is located a few miles southwest of Stuttgart, Arkansas. Cypress Crossing provides excellent mallard, gadwall and pintail duck hunting on privately owned rice and soybean fields. These fields are flooded and specifically managed to attract large numbers of waterfowl to help ensure hunter success. Our guides are friendly professionals with years of waterfowl hunting experience that look forward to sharing their passion of water fowling. Their goal and the goal of Cypress Crossing Duck Club are to provide successful and enjoyable duck hunts that will leave you wanting to come back again and again! Book your hunt today! Call us at 501-295-2183 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to visit our website at www.cypresscrossingduckclub.com for more information.
D&T RV PARKING
LODGING ONLY- RV park developed in 2017 to accommodate a construction company building the Stuttgart Solar Project. It is located 12 miles southeast of Stuttgart and 3 miles from Almyra; and is centrally located for hunting and fishing. Daily, weekly and monthly rates available. 514 Holdridge Road, Almyra AR 72003. Contact Terry Simpson for more information email@example.com or 870-830-1401
Offering guided duck hunts in rice and soybean fields, as well as creek, and timber hunts. All on privately-owned land by a Stuttgart farmer. Daily field rentals also available. RV and camper hookup on-site for rent. Located south of Stuttgart on Creek Bayou Meto near Bayou Meto WMA. Call Don at (870) 659-1498 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website: hollangerguideservice.com
is located 12 miles southwest of Stuttgart, Arkansas on the banks of Bayou Meto just a stone’s throw from the world famous Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area. The lodge is also close to town. Hunters will experience flooded rice and soybean field hunting on grounds that are leased by Dry Bayou Lodge. We prefer to hunt in small groups of 4-5 hunters. We do not mix groups of hunters. You will hunt with the other guests you came to hunt with. We pride ourselves on being a guide service for the working man with affordable rates for the hunter who may only have the opportunity to visit “The Duck Capital of the World” once or twice per season. We do not provide meals but encourage hunters to bring food and take advantage of all the amenities we have to offer. Our outdoor kitchen is graciously stocked with everything you may need to cook with, including a commercial deep fryer, a 36″ griddle, a gas stove, charcoal grill and a custom built smoker. Our guests enjoy the outdoor atmosphere of this area and always have a good time sharing the stories of a great hunt. Outdoor TV and Bluetooth stereo are also available for your entertainment around the fire pit and outdoor kitchen area. The lodge has three bedrooms and can sleep 12-15 guests comfortably and has a fully stocked kitchen. Check out our website www.drybayoulodge.com and contact Jon Houghton 870-830-830-9606 or Bryan Houghton 870-674-7859 or email email@example.com
Pit shooting in flooded rice fields. Blinds in cypress slough. 15 miles south of Stuttgart near Lodges Corner, 2 miles east of Bayou Meto Wildlife Management area. All hunts on private property owned or leased by Dry Lake Hunting Service. We hunt in small groups to insure your chances for success. We do not mix groups – you hunt only with the people who are in your group. Women, children and dogs welcome. Transportation provided to and from pits. Morning or afternoon hunts. Unharvested food plots (rice, corn and millet) are adjacent to each pit. Food=Ducks. Experienced, knowledgeable and most of all friendly guides provide a relaxed and enjoyable atmosphere. References available. We have been providing some of the best duck hunting you will ever be a part of for over 15 years. Visit our website for more info. www.drylakehuntingservice.com. Jay Coker 1709 Club Cove, Stuttgart, AR. (870) 830-0299 or (870) 673-6883 or Mike Hill (870) 830-1900 (870) 673-6305
Duck Guides Inc. established in 1994 and specializes in Flooded Green Timber hunts along the White River on the eastern side of Arkansas County. Also we have hunts in Flooded Fields as well as Reservoirs. Lodging is also available at our new Fowl Play Lodge. The lodge comfortably accommodates up to 22 hunters. Check us out on our website www.duckguidesinc.com. Contact info: Toll-free 1-800-260-2993 – Lodge (870) 946-8181 – Thayn Morton (870) 509-1385.
LODGING ONLY- Hunting and Lodging in Stuttgart, Arkansas HUNTERS! If you’re planning to do some duck hunting, or deer hunting, in the Stuttgart area, and need clean, affordable lodging. Within 4 miles of the Bayou Meto Wildlife Management Area! Fully furnished trailers include complete kitchens with utensils, clean linens and fire ring for campfires. Eagle Lake Lodging is your Hunting Destination. For lodging rates and pictures please visit www.eaglelakelodging.com/ or call Don Eagle at (901) 550-0070 for rates and information.
LODGING ONLY- Brand new 2000 sq/ft lodge located 6 miles NW of Stuttgart. The lodge features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, boot room, den with fireplace, kitchen and dining area, and a washer and dryer. Sleeps 12. Grill and firepit also provided. Please contact Matthew Feilke at (870) 830-0705 for more information and pricing.
Since 1984, GooseBusters Guide Service has catered to goose hunters in the Grand Prairie region of Arkansas. We have you covered from the early specklebelly goose season through the snow goose conservation order, and everything in between. Come see why after all of these years, that GBGS is still the best on the prairie. Come hunt with THE Arkansas Original! Hoot Gibson (731) 336-2811 Travis Schneider (979) 421-0490 www.goosebustersAR.com
GRANDVIEW ACRES LODGE
Lodging only- Grandview Acres guests are blessed with a county atmosphere AND city convenience. We have 2 lodging options located 25 miles south of Stuttgart, just outside DeWitt city limits.
Lodging Option 1: Grandview Acres Lodge is 5900 sq.ft. with wraparound porch where you can sit and watch the deer graze. The lodge will accommodate 4-8 guests with all the comforts of home. It has two, 2 bedroom suites. Each suite has a full bath shared between 2 bedrooms. Each bedroom has one queen bed. Lodge amenities include large gathering space with satellite tv and ample seating, full gourmet kitchen, dining table for 10, wet bar area, guest half bath, pool and foosball tables, and room to spare for the event you have in mind.
Lodging Option 2: Grandview Acres Bunkhouse has 4 bedrooms, 3 shared full bathrooms, and large gathering area with tv and kitchenette. Each bunkhouse bedroom sleeps 3 or 4 people in twin beds. The Bunkhouse will sleep 14 people comfortably.
Whether you choose the main lodge or the bunkhouse you will have access to our outdoor pavilion with fireplace, grills, boot room, cleaning station, large covered shed, kennels, huge parking area, and 35 private acres to relax until your next hunt. Grandview Acres is also available for receptions, family reunions, class reunions, retreats, and gatherings of all kinds.
Contact Dana Kemp, Owner, at 870-509-2836 or GrandviewAcresLodge@gmail.com.
Guided Duck Hunts-Sportsman Lodging. You are invited to spend a morning in the flooded timber of the White River bottomlands as big groups of greenheads work the tree tops. All hunts are morning hunts over decoys with trained retrievers and experienced guides. Enjoy cabin-style lodging with great Southern cooking served in the main lodge. Located at 23 Deer Lane, St. Charles, AR 72140. Contact Philip James by calling (870) 282-8111 or cell (870) 830-1983 or by mail at PO Box 44, St. Charles, AR 72140. On the web www.greenheadsandlabs.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Come to Heavy Shot Guide Service for the Ultimate Waterfowl Experience! Located in Stuttgart Arkansas, Heavy Shot Guide Service offers fully guided duck and goose hunts on some of the most heavily populated areas around. Come hunt with Heavy Shot and let them show you why Heavy Shot Guide Service was voted #1 in customer satisfaction. See for yourself, call and book your duck or goose hunt today and experience waterfowl hunting at its finest. Call Jabber Hodges at (870) 830-7644 or email email@example.com. Visit them on the web at www.stuttgartduckhunts.com
We are “more than a hunt.” HPW is a nonprofit hunting ministry strategically designed to merge an outdoor passion with a life changing message. Come experience a two day waterfowl retreat that will transform your “normal” hunting trip. An exceptional hunt, meals and Bible study curriculum are designed to turn your focus to things that matter, while enjoying your waterfowl passion. Our hunts produce memories and challenge lives to be lived to honor God. We are located near the south entrance of the White River Refuge headquarters in St. Charles, AR, approximately 35 miles SE of Stuttgart. The main lodge is 8,500 square feet with 8 private bedrooms and 5 bathrooms. Typical groups consist of 8-10 which allows for maximum impact while you are here. Our guides have over 35 years of experience in providing quality hunts and lessons learned. Come see why we have been endorsed by quality men driven by a direct call of Christ. We would love to hunt with you this fall and be a part of the journey that God has for you. Brian Womack, 870-282-3001 or 501-860-8513. Visit www.hpwfowl.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org
JTBS GUIDE SERVICE
JTBS Guide Service is strategically located for premium waterfowl hunting. We are situated just south of Stuttgart, AR; Bayou Meto WMA; and the Arkansas River. JTBS specializes in guided duck hunts. While hunting with us, you will enjoy quality hunts in either flooded rice fields or green timber with Labrador retrievers. Jon White, Guide. Mobile: (870)866-4010. Email: email@example.com
Experience some of the finest duck hunting in the Mississippi Flyway. Hunt 1,200 acres of privately-owned, flooded pin oak timber. A duck hunting tradition on the Grand Prairie for more than seven decades. Family-owned, experienced guides and located just 10 miles from the Stuttgart city limits. Morning hunts only. For reservations call Brad Moss at (870) 830-0133. P.O. Box 1148, Stuttgart, AR. Please visit our website at www.stuttgarthuntingclub.com
KILLIN TIME HUNTING LODGE
Lodging Only- Brand new 2500 square foot lodge located 5 miles southeast of Stuttgart at 422 Tindall Dryer Road. 4 bedroom, 2.5 baths, boot/utility room with washer and dryer, den with fireplace and satellite TV, kitchen and dining area. Grill, griddle and deep fryer available for outdoor cooking. For reservations contact Clay Siems at 870-672-3402 or Bruce Davis at 870-674-7399. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
LODGING ONLY – Welcome to Arkansas! We are located about 12 miles west of Stuttgart, AR in Humnoke, AR (Lonoke County). House can accommodate 8 people. We are open for stays all year round. The house offers 4 bedrooms, 2 baths, and boot/laundry room with a side room that can accommodate a couple of kennels for your 4 legged hunting friends. There is a full kitchen/dining room and great common area to kick back and watch some TV for your down time. The location also offers covered parking. For lodging rates and pictures, please contact Ashley Brown at 425.387.6740 or Sherry Brown at 501.626.7253 or firstname.lastname@example.org
There is no better way to jump start your season, than a hunt in the beautiful farmlands of Alberta. Located within easy driving distance of two major airports, come and see why this area is regarded as one of the premier waterfowl hunting destinations in the world. NPO offers three day, all inclusive hunt packages to comfortably accommodate groups up to twelve hunters. Alberta allows hunters the opportunity at liberal limits not found in most hunting destination in North America. If you have never been to Canada in the fall, you owe it to yourself to experience it at least once! Travis Schneider (979) 421-0490 www.northernprairieoutfitters.com
Come hunt with us at Old English Hunting Club where we have multiple locations of proven hunting with untapped potential. We offer morning duck hunts and afternoon goose hunts. Call Greg Jacobs at 870-672-1206 or email at email@example.com. Please visit our website for further information http://www.huntoldenglish.com/
OVERNIGHT AT THE ICE HOUSE
LODGING ONLY – The Standard Ice Company, presently housing Overnight at the Ice House, was established in Stuttgart, Arkansas in 1926. By 1979 the building had been purchased by Phil Smith and during that year was placed on the National Register of Historic Places. Numerous renovations and remodeling have been undertaken over the years since where various retail, commercial and professional service businesses occupied spaces. Presently there is approximately 3,500 square feet included in the Lodge, while an additional portion is used as offices and a substantial storage area. The outlying degree detailing lodge amenities and furnishings are shown in the pictures in this advertisement. Identification of room availability include: Frontal Unit, generally comfortable for up to six guests. Entry has dining, conversation table and area for social gathering with attached kitchenette area and pantry. Upstairs is the area where relaxing in the family area accommodated by various sports mounts and art works with television and Sirius Radio. Off the kitchenette is shower area, two toilets and dressing vanity. One step down is one bedroom that includes three bunk beds, boot room and large armoire for hanging clothing during the visit. Down a hallway off the entry is a bathroom, office, and large bedroom with two double beds and cabinet. Rear Unit, generally comfortable for up to five guests and party location. Entry is into large kitchen, bathroom and wash room. Through a door is an outdoor patio and cooking area with open ceiling to enjoy the beautiful sky. There you will find a Traeger pellet grill and all the ideas for outdoor cooking. Through another metal door is a large bedroom (three double beds) and office desk for using as such or place to hold odds and ends while staying overnight. Another door leads to another bedroom with two extra-long single beds. Exiting the bedroom you will find 550 square foot entertainment/family room with couches, lounge chairs, television and room to spare. Email: Igloo1926@gmail.com or call 870.672.1655 for booking information.
***All of this is available to rent for hunting trips to Stuttgart, to fellowship as family outings, to enjoy the company of friends as a short term need enjoying your favorite team’s play, or just whatever your idea might be!
While you are with us, you will enjoy a first-class waterfowl experience, coupled with great home cooking, and true Southern hospitality. With over 45 years experience in the U.S., Mexico, and Canada, we know how to provide a memorable hunting trip you will remember a lifetime. We offer duck hunts in flooded green timber, rice fields, and soybean fields. Our goose hunts are in rice, soybean, and wheat fields. We have harvested over 11,000 geese the last 5 seasons. We also offer spring snow goose hunts with electronic calls. We hunt only on private land! Dogs are welcome! Kennels are provided! A guided morning duck hunt, lodging, and meals is $400.00 a day per person. Morning hunt only is $275.00. You can add a guided afternoon goose hunt for $150.00 per person. The rate for the spring snow goose hunt, which includes a guided all day goose hunt (approx. 10-11 hours), lodging and meals is $325.00 a day per person. We are located in Brinkley, Arkansas, halfway between Memphis and Little Rock, 27 miles northeast of Stuttgart. For more information or for reservations, phone (870) 734-2030, or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please see our website at www.paradisewings.com.
Located in St. Charles, AR. on the white river, 5 minutes from white river national wildlife refuge, 35 minutes south of Stuttgart. Popa Duck Lodge has 14,000 square feet with queen-size beds in 16 foot x 24foot bedrooms. (35 beds). Three home cooked meals, snack bar, drinks, pool tables, foosball, shuffleboard, game tables, & more. Lodging only: $75.00 + tax. Lodging with meals $150.00 + tax. Hunt flooded fields, open water, or flooded timber: Morning hunt – $260.00. Afternoon hunt – $100.00. 1 day package including lodging, 3 meals, and morning guided hunt- $425.00. 1 day package for under the age of 16 is $265.00. Or hunt NWR or WMA on your own. Kennels provided. For more information or reservations, call Dean Watson at (870) 282-8888. Address: P.O. Box 311, St. Charles, AR 72140. www.popaduck.com
RED SHED & DOG HOUSE LODGES
LODGING ONLY – Located 10 miles northeast of Stuttgart. Ideal for groups of 2 to 12. Red Shed Lodge is a rustic lodge with an open feel. We have accomodations for up to 12 people with two bathrooms with showers, full kitchen, washer/dryer, pool table and Dish Network satellite TV. This hidden gem is a favorite among our past guests and we welcome you to come and give us a try. For more information please call Chris at (870) 674-7700 or email at email@example.com.
NIGHTLY RENTALS – Now with TWO Lodges! The first lodge is Salt Bayou Hunting Lodge. It is a 1,590 sq. ft. house on 15 acres, located on the Salt Bayou, between England and Humnoke, AR. Guests can hunt in 2 blinds on the 15 private acres, either in a small flooded millet field or in the bayou. The house sleeps 10 people. There are 3 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms. The second lodge is Crooked Creek Cabin. It’s a 1,520 sq. ft. house on 1 acre, located on Crooked Creek near Humnoke, AR. Our private concrete boat ramp provides our guests boat access to Crooked Creek. We also provide a sled blind down by the water’s edge for those without boats. The house sleeps 8 people. There are 2 bedrooms and 2 full bathrooms. Both houses are fully furnished and have plenty of space for our guests. We provide nightly lodging rentals; no guided hunts. Both places are about 20 minutes west of Stuttgart. All children 10 and under stay for FREE! We provide discounts for military and first responders. Contact Christie McBryde, 501-215-9055, for more info or visit www.saltbayouhuntinglodge.com
Located in Sherrill, AR, our guide service offers deer hunts, morning duck hunts, afternoon goose hunts and dove hunts. We also have lodging available with full kitchen and washer/dryer. We will work with you any way you need to make your hunt as enjoyable as possible. Deer Hunts: $150 per day. Dove Hunts: $150 per gun. Morning Duck Hunts: Monday – Friday $250 per gun (2 person minimum) Saturday & Sunday: $250 per gun (3 person minimum). Afternoon Goose Hunts: $200 per gun (4 person minimum). For more information call Steve Jacks at 870-718-4826. www.huntsherrill.com
LODGING ONLY- For more than 30 years the Bayou Meto Schoolhouse is where kids learned the three R’s, readin’, ‘ritin, and ‘rithmetic..Today it offers comfortable rest, relaxation, and recreation! Visitors to the beautiful Grand Prairie in southeast Arkansas may enjoy a home away from home experience at The Schoolhouse Lodge. Listed on the Arkansas State Register of Historic Places, The Schoolhouse Lodge boasts accommodations for up to 15 people, with private baths for each bedroom, a full kitchen, great room, boot room, and dog kennels. The spacious parking lot offers plenty of room for parking trailers. We’re family-owned and our desire is for you to feel at home when you’re here, so the entire lodge is rented just to you! Located 15 miles south of Stuttgart at the corner of Highway 276 and Lumsden Road. Call Eddie and Pat Lumsden at (870) 946-3383 or (870) 830-0151 and tell us you’re ready to make The Schoolhouse Lodge your own “little house on the Grand Prairie”!!! or email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit www.theschoolhouselodge.net
Your go to speckle belly goose hunting in Stuttgart, AR . Our guided hunts take place in a variety of locations around the Grand Prairie. We strive to make your hunt as successful as possible. Our co-owners and guides, Myles Moss and Gray Grantham, are lifelong hunters and look forward to sharing their passion for goose hunting with you! Contact Myles Moss at 870-830-2525 for booking. Visit our website at www.younggunoutfitters.com
Bayou Meto is one of the largest state-owned wildlife management areas in the nation, encompassing 33,832 acres in Arkansas and Jefferson counties. The topography is generally flat with little more than an 11-foot change in elevation over the entire area. The area has a north-south elongation, with the southernmost extension of the area separated from the main body by a distance of one mile.
For more information, visit the Arkansas Game & Fish Commission website at: https://www.agfc.com/
White River National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1935 for the protection of migratory birds. The refuge lies in the floodplain of the White River near where it meets the mighty Mississippi River. Long and narrow, three to ten miles wide and almost ninety miles long, the refuge is one of the largest remaining bottomland hardwood forests in the Mississippi River Valley. The refuge’s fertile forests and three hundred lakes are interlaced with streams, sloughs, and bayous. The result is a haven for a myriad of native wildlife and migratory birds.
White River National Wildlife Refuge is one of over 550 National Wildlife Refuges in the United States. Managed by the United States Fish and Wildlife Service in the Department of the Interior, the National Wildlife Refuges encompass over 95 million acres of land for wildlife. In 2013, White River National Wildlife Refuge and its watershed was recognized by the Department of Interior as the second “National Blueway,” a new designation for rivers and watersheds of national significance designed to promote and conserve the economic, recreational, and natural values of healthy river systems from source to outlet and across watersheds.
For more information, visit the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website at: http://www.fws.gov/whiteriver/