You will be charged for
additional birds shot over your allotted limit,
the charge will be:
$7.00 extra per Quail/Chukar
- $15.00 extra per Pheasant
Processing and Packaging $1.50 per bird
- Additional night lodging is $35 person (No meals)
Lodging will be
provided at one of our local hotels that offers free wi-fi and meals.
Meals: Your meals will consist
of breakfast, light lunch and full dinner.
Prices does not include gratuity.
Within 14 days
of booking, a deposit of $100.00 is required per gun. The balance
will be paid at the end of your hunt.
All deposits are
All prices are
cash, check or money order.
What to Bring:
Shotgun - 12 or 20 gauge is
common but smaller bores are welcome.
Clothing - Bring cold and
warm gear with you. Its Arkansas Things change quickly. Come prepared to
hunt no matter what!
Shotgun Shells - A heavy 1
1/8 or 1 ¼ shell is common with shot size of 4, 5, or 6.
Coolers for your birds.
Hunters orange vest, coat,
and hat are required.
** Your dogs are
welcome as long as your hunting party approves. Remember your dogs mistakes
are your responsibility. Members of your hunting party might not appreciate
to seeing their birds flying away - flushed in the distance.
A typical trip
to the west to hunt pheasants would cost approximately anywhere from $800 to
$1850 for a three day hunt.
If you live in
Mid-West and wanted to go to SD to hunt for three days. You can expect to
pay $200 to $300 in gas, your hunting license is $200, lodging and food if
hunting on public land is $450 assuming 5 nights and you are only allowed 9
birds. Your estimated cost would be between $850 to $950
except you now are going to a lodge in SD to hunt for 3 days: Gas $200 to
$300, hunting license $200, lodging and tips $450 per day and again your
only allowed 9 birds. Your estimated cost would be between $1750 to $1850
wants to hunt wild birds but when that bird gets up and you cannot kill, it
does it make a difference. We guide for both wild and game farm birds and
each day I see clients always getting more shells because they cannot hit
either bird. Lodges in both Kansas and SD release birds to keep their up