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Directory of 8 Florida Waterfowl hunting lodges, guides and outfitters in Florida.


Buckeyes Plantation
1250 Jersey Social Circle Road, Covington, Florida 30014
Phone: (770) 294-9688

Buckeyes Plantation Duck Hunting need we say anymore! On our hunts we provide blinds, decoys, and transportation to and from the blind. Our duck hunts last until no later than noon to allow the ducks to eat and rest for the next day's hunt. Our Duck Hunts are in flooded green timber, sloughs, or flooded fields. We have excellent duck hunting, with mallards being our main species. There is a large variety of ducks you may expect to see at legacy such as pintail, ring necks, Canadian geese wood ducks, hooded meganisers, blue-winged teal, and many others. A beautiful day of wing shooting awaits you at Buckeyes Plantation.

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Everglades Adventures
28965 Obern Road, Clewiston, Florida 33440
Office: (863) 983-8999, Cell: (239) 564-0342

These areas are managed for waterfowl. We have Japanese Millet, Chufas, Rice and Mud Plantains as well as Smartweed and Walter's Millet planted in these areas (pictured to the upper right) which we flood during the duck season. Hydrilla and Coontail are utilized for aquatics in the deeper water areas. The areas have their own water control structures and pumps for water control. We have a hunter minimum of two persons and can arrange hunts for groups as large as twenty-four persons. Our hunts are out of pre-existing blinds over decoys. We have dozens of blinds located in excellent areas which we rotate the shooting pressure. Our goal is not to shoot a blind more than once per-week.

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Fin & Feather Guide Service
11302 SW 24 Terrace, Miami, Florida 33165
Phone: (305) 525-3130

Its an adventure every duck hunter should experience to hunt on the legendary Lake Okeechobee. A must for all avid duck hunters. We start the hunt early morning. You will be hunting from an aluminum 18 foot boat with a beautiful decoy spread. Daily bag limit is 6 ducks. We recommend 2 3/4", #4 steel shot or 3" Magnum.

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Florida Outdoor Experience
7990 NW 110th Ave, Chiefland, Florida 32626
Phone: (239) 980-1436

North Florida is home to an annual duck hunting season that is highly sought after by waterfowl enthusiasts from all over the world. This seasonal activity is one of the best trips to go on during this time of the year in Florida due to the great temps and weather. Captain Brian Sawyer and Old south Expeditions invite you to join us on these yearly hunts right along the Nature Coast. Captain Brian is a seasoned waterfowl hunter and can provide you one of the best guided experiences you will find yourself on. For more info on season and dates, please contact us.

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Osceola Hunts
Okeechobee, Florida
Phone: (863) 634-7007

Duck Hunting

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Osceola Outdoors
14415 East State Road 78, Okeechobee, Florida 34974
Phone: (239) 253-5876

Duck Hunting in Florida has been a long standing tradition and now you can enjoy some fast shooting action with Osceola Outdoors. Duck hunts are performed by coast guard license and insured Captains. Hunts are conducted on world famous Lake Okeechobee and other local ranch ponds.

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Pine Ridge Plantation
27401 SW Martin Hwy, Okeechobee, Florida 34974
Phone: (772) 485-7428

South Florida's Premier Wingshooting Destination

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Ron's Guide Service
1921 Fulmar Terrace, Okeechobee, Florida 34974
Phone: (954) 582-6647

With over thirty years in the duck hunting business, Ron’s Guide Service is considered to be the best in all of Florida and perhaps the nation when it comes to hunting ducks. Florida duck hunting on Lake Okeechobee has always been excellent even in years when duck migrations were poor. Lake Okeechobee is roughly 750 square miles with a shallow depth and a vast array of water plants which is perfect for attracting migratory ducks. You can expect to limit out on duck, or run out of shells trying! There is so much to learn about duck hunting, especially for first time hunters which is why we recommend you read this entire page for the most detailed information on our duck hunt.

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