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Duck Hunt #7722750 01/20/20 12:33 AM
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I’m kicking around the idea of taking a dad/daughter hunt for ducks next year.

Of course I’d like dogs and guys that call let her see it all deal

I’ve only been once at 40 years old but it sure was fun.

Who do y’all recommend and what’s pricing on something like this?

Anywhere within 4 hours of DFW is fine


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Re: Duck Hunt [Re: procraft05] #7722762 01/20/20 12:46 AM
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$200-250 a person, usually a discount for the kiddos. Some will even let them come for free at times, especially if knowing it’s their first time.

Muddy water outfitters I believe is a good guide service up that way.


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Re: Duck Hunt [Re: procraft05] #7722765 01/20/20 12:50 AM
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Lots of good people and many recommendations will come to you. I have hunted with Muddy Waters as well and they are a great bunch of guys and can probably accommodate you and the kiddos.

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Ed hanson outdoors, red leg outfitters, dri creek outfitters

Re: Duck Hunt [Re: procraft05] #7722798 01/20/20 01:12 AM
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Muddy Water Outfitters sounds pretty good to me and I am only 1 hour south of there.

Thanks guys

1 more question and it may be a guide question...

Do we need bibs?

We don’t even have shotguns at the moment bolt

The safe is full of deer rifles and handguns, haven’t bird hunted much in a long time


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Bibs? You mean waders? I know with Muddy Waters no waders were needed. If you meant bins, then not really just clothes to match the temps.

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Originally Posted by ken starling
Bibs? You mean waders? I know with Muddy Waters no waders were needed. If you meant bins, then not really just clothes to match the temps.


Sorry, waders is what I meant


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