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Oklahoma Duck Guide #2711255 11/01/11 04:58 PM
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We do an annual guided trip just to do something different and are leaning towards shooting some mallards over peanut fields in Oklahoma this year. Does anyone have any recommendations for outfitters up there? Any reports on if they have water or not?



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Try Wayne Outdoors or Goose Cowboys.



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I am going with Goose Cowboys in december, u might want to call chris adn see if he has anymore openings. He was nearly full when I set up my dates



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http://www.curtsguideservice.com/

I hunted with Curt a few times years ago when he was first getting started. He had them figured out in his area. Never duck hunted only goose. But he does do duck.


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Rollan Dennis out of Madill and Soldier Creek hunts all private in the Tishomingo area and has always had some great hunts....


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I live on Texoma and travel to our deer lease on the Kansas/Oklahoma border weekly. The whole state is low on water, but there is enough for the birds. Been seeing lots of ducks and geese throughout the state.

Give Goose Cowboys a call. They'll do you right and put you on birds

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Rollan Dennis out of Madill and Soldier Creek hunts all private in the Tishomingo area and has always had some great hunts....

Honestly Rolan hunts the same type of waters that JJ Kent does. JJ actually has better private grounds with a lot of it planted this year. In my opinion, it would be better for a Texas guy to hunt with JJ and save their out of state license expenses.


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Originally Posted By: Ridn9high
I live on Texoma and travel to our deer lease on the Kansas/Oklahoma border weekly. The whole state is low on water, but there is enough for the birds. Been seeing lots of ducks and geese throughout the state.

Give Goose Cowboys a call. They'll do you right and put you on birds

Originally Posted By: easton1025
Rollan Dennis out of Madill and Soldier Creek hunts all private in the Tishomingo area and has always had some great hunts....

Honestly Rolan hunts the same type of waters that JJ Kent does. JJ actually has better private grounds with a lot of it planted this year. In my opinion, it would be better for a Texas guy to hunt with JJ and save their out of state license expenses.
..."Better?".Matter of opinion......HONESTLY..Like I was lying,Guess you dont like the fact that Rollan has PLENTY of properties to hunt and is a great guide...Maybe his propeties are so good he doesnt need to spend the money and plant..The guy asked for Oklahoma guides,honestly.......


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Rolan and I hunt different properties that are connected throughout the area. We both live in the same town. He hunts the same waters as I do on public land also. I'm actually friends with his boy. I'm not throwing Rolan under the bus, so not sure why your making a pissing match out of this. What I'm getting at is Texas guys can hunt the South side of Texoma with no additional cost to their license, or drive an extra 20 minutes to the North side if Texoma and pay for more license fee's.


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I've hunted Texoma in the past and we're looking for something different. Last year was private timber in Arkansas. Year before that was ducks and geese in the panhandle. This year we're leaning towards peanut field mallards. Don't fight over me boys. blush

Might consider a trip around Lake Fork, too. I've yet to shoot a can. Keep the suggestions coming.



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