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    Default Duck Hunting Guides

    I would appreciate info on Duck Hunting Guides in the Mississippi Flyway or Central Flyway.

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    That's a pretty broad area. Maybe if you were more specific, folks could point you in a good direction.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brad B View Post
    That's a pretty broad area. Maybe if you were more specific, folks could point you in a good direction.
    Ya Think??

    As Brad stated you might want to narrow your geographic area down a tad and possibly the type of hunting situation you are looking for; timber,marsh,field.
    Duck Club of Okalahoma would be great for dry field hunting. Hackberry Rod & Gun for traditional south Lousiana marsh hunting with fantastic FOOD. Whoever you decide to go with make sure you check them out through various websites to make sure they are legit. Fancy ads are just as decieving as shiney dog trailers/websites some Pros have.

    Let the buyer beware
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    Prairie thunder Outfitters handsdown
    http://www.prairiethunderoutfitters.com/

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    I second Prairie Thunder.
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    I've heard good things about habitat flats in central Missouri.

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    Have heard wonderful things about Habitat Flats also. Also good things from Dirty Rice Outfitters in Southeast MO. What area are you wanting to hunt and what kind of hunting?
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    It looks like Prairie Thunder will let you retrieve with your dog.
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    there is a guy out of Peoria il that has good results with snow goose hunts, I believe his name is rick hamm

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    Quote Originally Posted by chuck187 View Post
    It looks like Prairie Thunder will let you retrieve with your dog.
    Most guides will, but be warned it better be trained or it's gonna bee a long trip for your pup.
    The foundation to a great retriever is obedience.
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