Duck Down Guide Service is operated on 6,000 acres of private family owned farm land that is located in the heart of the Mississippi flyway. Our property is nestle between the Arkansas river to the West & the White river to the East. 15 miles West of the "Duck Hunting & Rice Capitol of the World, Stuttgart, AR. and only a mile or so North of the most famous public hunting in our state, the 33,000 acre duck hunting meca, Bayou Meto WMA. All of our hunts take place in our rice, soybean, corn, millet or sunflower fields. We hunt from custom built skid blinds, pit blinds, layout blinds or standing/sitting on the fields edge blending to natural surroundings. The guides at Duck Down are nice guys and expert hunters. They are informed about the sport and love to talk about it. Feel free to inquire and learn from their experiences. We offer fully guided: Duck Hunts Speckle Belly Goose Hunts Dove Hunts Predator Hunts
Location: Altheimer, AR
Phone: (870) 395-1942
Number of Guest Rooms: 14
Guided duck hunts, guided speckle belly goose hunts, non-guided daily blind leases, upland bird hunts, predator hunts, skeet shooting, lodging, food
What areas do you hunt with your services?
Duck Down hunts 3,500 privately owned acres of some of the very best waterfowl hunting property in Arkansas. It is are located in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway. All of the hunts take place from custom built blinds that have been brushed to perfection and hidden into the natural vegetation. The hunts are in agriculture fields like rice, soybean, corn and millet.
Is transportation provided?
Do you provide meals?
Yes, breakfast (after the morning hunt) and dinner
Is hunting gear (clothes, guns, etc.) available at the lodge?
Do you offer duck processing?
Join us for the first annual Arkansas Waterfowler Hall of Fame. The creation of this new program is a long overdue effort to preserve the contributions of those individuals who have gone above and beyond through dedicated time, resources and other work to enhance the waterfowl industry in Arkansas.
The inaugural class of this landmark program will be inducted on December 1, 2016. This special evening event will share the stories of the impact of their contributions as waterfowl enthusiasts gather to celebrate this time honored tradition.