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List of Duck Clubs in Texas #8478584 12/17/21 04:56 PM
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By any chance has someone compiled a list of duck clubs in Texas? If not, I can post the one's I know about, but if someone has done the work already, I'd just like to see the list. I'm looking for next fall, but want to get a jump on it now.




Re: List of Duck Clubs in Texas [Re: Matagorda Mud Pig] #8478587 12/17/21 05:03 PM
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I know the good ones have wait list that will take years for them to finally reach you.

I am not aware of any.list


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Well, might as well start one. The one's around me are:

https://thunderbirdhuntingclub.com/

https://www.bhcwaterfowl.org/

https://www.labahiaoutfitters.com/

https://www.ricelandwaterfowlclub.com/page-index.html

https://www.bucksnag.com/

These are the one's I know about. 2flyfish4, as far as I can tell, all of these have openings.




Re: List of Duck Clubs in Texas [Re: Matagorda Mud Pig] #8483606 12/22/21 02:06 PM
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I guess everyone thinks this should be a secret, or there aren't many. Oh well. Actually, I usually kill more on public than the few clubs I've hunted. Mainly, clubs just mean I don't have to wake up as early. We need some birds down here in Matagorda County.




Re: List of Duck Clubs in Texas [Re: Matagorda Mud Pig] #8484404 12/23/21 02:57 AM
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Man, I don’t know of any clubs, at least not in north Texas. There are several of what I call duck farms up here. But not clubs. These places have lodging, meals and will take you on a guided hunt. Often expensive.

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Originally Posted by claypool
Man, I don’t know of any clubs, at least not in north Texas. There are several of what I call duck farms up here. But not clubs. These places have lodging, meals and will take you on a guided hunt. Often expensive.


Yea when I was living north I never heard of any either. Maybe its just a Houston area thing. I was hoping this would open up some options for me, but apparently there just aren't that many.




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Matagorda Mud Pig - Glad to see that the Bucksnag is still operating . Went there many times in the 80's and early 90's. Had some fantastic hunts over "rag " ( diaper) spreads. I remember that the guides called Snow Geese "Sky Carp" because there were so many and so easy decoy - no more !!! It could be freezing outside and you'd burn up in those 3rd floor rooms, and the ladies who cooked used butter on everything. It's where I saw my first voice and whistle command trained hunting retriever and that started me on the road to get a great one that went to the Master Nationals HRC. Buried a 4x4 Tahoe up to the axles and had to have the rice farmer pull us out ( it was the guides idea!) and we got the first Mossburg 835 UltiMags choked for steel to whack those high fliers - 'bout took your head off with 31/2" F and T shot ! Great memories .

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Seabreeze Hunting Club just south of Winnie, Texas.

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Originally Posted by Baldpate
Matagorda Mud Pig - Glad to see that the Bucksnag is still operating . Went there many times in the 80's and early 90's. Had some fantastic hunts over "rag " ( diaper) spreads. I remember that the guides called Snow Geese "Sky Carp" because there were so many and so easy decoy - no more !!! It could be freezing outside and you'd burn up in those 3rd floor rooms, and the ladies who cooked used butter on everything. It's where I saw my first voice and whistle command trained hunting retriever and that started me on the road to get a great one that went to the Master Nationals HRC. Buried a 4x4 Tahoe up to the axles and had to have the rice farmer pull us out ( it was the guides idea!) and we got the first Mossburg 835 UltiMags choked for steel to whack those high fliers - 'bout took your head off with 31/2" F and T shot ! Great memories .



Sounds like a lot of fun. If you goose hunt long enough, mistakes will be made in mud.




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I have hunted the Bucksnag once as a guest, of course, and it was just a cool place to walk around in the lodge. So many old mounts and you could feel the history of the area all around you. Food was off the charts, and it was all about the experience. Our hunt we had wasn't that great, but it was about more than that.

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