Kansas Duck Hunt with Lodging


Exciting news! We are now booking duck and goose hunts in North Central Kansas!
Now offering a premier season package deal for a 2 day fully guided hunt including lodging and hot meals for only $800/gun. You'll be hunting 30,000 acres of private land including dry fields, flooded fields, rivers, small and large reservoirs with controlled water. Wild Upland bird, trophy whitetail, prairie dog, and varmint hunts available to fill the afternoon. We are not outsourcing these hunts, they will be ran by the same Three Curl guides that have worked hard for you for years. Read more about the hunt below. We look forward to seeing y'all in Kansas! 858-324-8687 (1-858-3CHUNTS)


858-324-8687 (1-858-3CHUNTS) – A premier season package deal for a 2 day fully guided hunt including lodging and hot meals for only $800/gun in North Central Kansas. You will arrive at the lodge the afternoon before your first mornings hunt, dinner will be provided. We will meet your group before the hunt at the lodge, and transport you to the property. After the hunt you will return to the lodge for lunch. Based on the mornings hunt we will either depart for an evening hunt to finish your limit or you may add an afternoon pheasant hunt for $100 or prairie dog hunt to your package for $50. Dinner will be served after the conclusion of the day’s hunt, and we will meet you at the lodge for your second days hunts the following morning. After your second day of hunting we will return to the lodge for lunch, pack and you will depart for home. We can customize any package to fit your next hunting adventure.

Note, All resident hunters age 16 through 74 must have a resident hunting license unless exempt by Kansas Law. Nonresident hunters, regardless of age, must have a nonresident hunting license. All annual hunting licenses can be purchased online by clicking here or through all licensed agents, or Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks offices.


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