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Thread: Arkansas flooded timber hunt?

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    Default Arkansas flooded timber hunt?

    Want to try to take an item off my bucket list by planning a flooded timber guided duck hunt to Arkansas with my brother this year or next (if a waiting list involved). Appreciate any insight into guides or operations where others may have gone and had a quality experience with nice accommodations, food, and of course a nice hunting outing.

    Thanks for any direction or insight.
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    www.stuttgarthuntingclub.com
    You will not find a better true green timber hunt. Try and book as early in the season as possible.

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    I've been to Slick's -McCoullum family in Stuttgart AR and it's a classic bucket list location. I would highly suggest it. You can visit Mack's Prarie Wing for all your waterfowling needs in town. Flooded pin oaks shooting is close so take improved cylinder chokes also.

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    Slicks is the best if your wanting to make it a top of the bucket memory. They have the best of everything and would be my top choice if I was only going to go for a weekend and not every weekend. Get what you pay for but he is on the higher side of pricing.

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