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166 hunting trips from 72 outfitters starting from $150

166 hunts
$150 starting from
16 countries
141km to the nearest trip

Where to hunt Duck

Ducks are found nearly anywhere. But some areas, typically located along the migration routes or wintering stations and offering a particularly good combination of water, food and shelter, attract amazing masses of waterfowl, and draw hunters sometimes from thousands of miles away. The prairies of American Midwest and the Saskatchewan and Alberta provinces of Canada, coastal areas of Texas and Louisiana, coastal marshes of Europe and the duck-filled skies of Argentina are only some of the legendary locations for duck hunting. Azerbaijan, with the Caspian Sea coast that attracts wintering birds from a large part of Russia and Kazakhstan, should also be mentioned.

Price distribution

Many duck hunting offers start at $200-$250 a day. Considering that for that price you get the use of the guide’s blind, decoys, usually retriever and often boat, not to mention expertise, it is a great bargain well worth the investment. The price may go up to $2,000-$3,000 depending on the usual factors such as trip duration, abundance of game, and whether food and lodging is included. You may see duck hunting trips priced at $10,000 and more, but these prices are usually for a team of up to 12 hunters. In general, duck hunting is perhaps the most affordable way of hunting the world.

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Waterfowling traditions around the globe are rich and varied. While in most countries spring seasons and use of live decoys are forbidden, the special spring season that exists in Russia and a few other Eastern European countries is a notable exception. Read more about this and other old traditions of bird hunting in Russia.

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When to hunt Duck?

Waterfowl seasons generally occur in the autumn and winter, when the birds have finished raising their young and are migrating to warmer areas where food conditions are more reliable. The best time for hunting ducks is in the peak of the migration, or just after the flocks arrived at their destinations. When in unfamiliar territory, ducks rely on other ducks to locate the prime feeding grounds or shelter and are easier to attract by decoys and calling. Local ducks can be hunted during special summer seasons, with its peculiar set of challenges and thrills.


Hunting methods All hunting methods (10)

In most cases duck hunting is carried out from the blind, positioned over a body of water where the birds are likely to seek food and shelter, or so as to intercept the birds during their daily or seasonal movement. The latter case is known as pass shooting, and is commonly done using improvised cover provided by local vegetation. Some hunters also jump-shoot ducks by wading or hiking along a creek bottom, or try to approach them in a canoe, a punt, or a specially designed duck boat. Big-time duck hunting at migration routes or wintering grounds typically requires a considerable investment in gear (decoys, clothes, waders, etc.), and calls for much knowledge, experience, and skills in calling and setting up a realistic decoy spread. A hunter who wants to find out is duck hunting is for him or her is strongly recommended to start with an experienced and reputable guide.

Why hunt Duck? All hunts (166)

The delicious flesh of the wild duck and the amazing numbers of birds allowed many peoples in the past to stock up their larders to last many months. While this is no longer a necessity, and most practices of pot and market hunters have been long banned to protect waterfowl, the pursuit still remains among the most interesting and exciting kinds of hunts. Duck hunting addicts spare no time nor money for travel and gear to satisfy their passion, and a quest to collect every species of duck legal in North America may be every bit as challenging as any big game hunting slam. Avid waterfowlers are lucky, as their passion allows them to hunt the world without spending top dollars. Duck hunting around the world is suffused with camaraderie and tradition, and there is no finer way to experience a sunrise than from a duck blind, surrounded by the sounds of whistling wings and the sight of colorful drakes heading in to land among the decoys.

Duck Hunting

Duck Hunting United States

Located in the heart of the Rolling Plains flyway, our Ranch Duck Hunting provides a great way to experience excellent wing shooting. We typically hunt over numerous well scouted ranch tanks/ponds from heated duck blinds. Experienced water fowl guides and trained gun dogs round out the overall waterfowl adventure. We usually offer hunts that require no long walks or heavy waders Season Oct 28 th 2017 to October 29th Early Opener (2 days only) 2 Days of Hunting Minimum Stay. $250.00 Per Day Per Hunter with no Lodging or Meals. On Site Bird Cleaning & Package for travel available at a extra nominal fee.

Trip duration: 2 days

Hunting season: 3 Nov 2019 28 Jan 2020

$850 for 1 hunter
Duck Hunting

Duck Hunting United States

We offer world class duck hunting on Lake Okeechobee and surrounding private lands in Glades and Okeechobee Counties. Most hunts are conducted from duck boats fully equipped with comfortable seating, decoys and blinds. We also have the capabilities and equipment to hunt in float boxes or in the water with waders. We strive to keep current tabs on the ducks and their movements by scouting throughout the entire season to maximize our client's success on the water! Looking to finish your UWC North American Waterfowl Grand Slam? We offer trips specifically targeting Florida's elusive Mottle and Whistling Tree Ducks (Black Belly and Fulvous) upon request at no additional charge! (4 Hour Trip) Morning Departure (5:00AM) / Afternoon Departure (2:00PM)

Trip duration: 1 day

Hunting season: 1 Jan 2018 31 Dec 2019

$200 for 1 hunter
Duck, Dove & Pigeon Hunting (>4 hunters)

Duck, Dove & Pigeon Hunting (>4 hunters) Argentina

Only a few places in the world have a diversity of hunting resources that make them truly special for hunters. You can certainly imagine marshes that are ideal for huge populations of ducks to reproduce and feed. Feedlots where millions of doves feed every day. Extensive cattle-raising low-grass fields, the perfect shelter for perdiz. Everything seems credible if we imagine these locations and species separately. What is hard to believe is that this heavenly combination of ducks, doves and partridges may flock together in one single area, the banks of the Parana river, in astonishing numbers and at a short distance from the lodge. There are 10 more common duck species in this area around the lodge, the flat lands where the Paraná River overflow. In addition of the vast population of ducks there are doves and partridges. We request a minimuim of 4 hunters for this package: 3 days hunt / 4 nights $ 1950 p/p 4 days hunt / 5 nights $ 2600 p/p 5 days hunt / 6 nights $ 3250 p/p 6 days hunt / 7 nights $ 3900 p/p

Trip duration: 3 - 6 days

Hunting season: 1 Apr 2020 31 Aug 2020

$7,800 for 4 hunters

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