Gata Mallards

GATA MALLARDS offers prime duck and goose hunting in northeast Arkansas. We are located next to the cache river, a proven migration route that is second to none. We have thousands of acres of flooded rice and soybean fields that attract some of the largest flocks of birds in north Arkansas while offering more than ample habitat. Our fields have huge spacious pits and mobile ground blinds. The GATA Mallard lodge is the perfect place to relax after a morning hunt. We provide satellite TV,grills,full kitchen , entertainment area and a safe kennel for your dog if you chose to bring one. It is truly a home away from home. Our experienced guides will get you to and from the pits or blinds. We offer non guided hunts or seasonal pit and blind leases if you prefer. GATA Mallards professional staff and trained dogs will offer you and your party an experience of a lifetime. We take pride in pleasing our clients. When it comes to duck hunting remember GATA, Get After That A...

Location: Walnut Ridge, AR

Phone: (870) 637-2797

Website: www.GataMallards.com

Email: GataMallards@Yahoo.com

Number of Guest Rooms: Accommodates up to 8

Amenities:
Satellite TV, grills, full kitchen, entertainment area and a safe kennel for your dog if you chose to bring one.

What areas do you hunt with your services?

Is transportation provided?
Yes

Do you provide meals?
No, but guests can use the on-site full kitchen.

Is hunting gear (clothes, guns, etc.) available at the lodge?

Do you offer duck processing?
No

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