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Exclusive Duck Leases Program

Exclusive Duck Leases Program


Last updated : 11/07/2017


For Booking Information:
Nathan Peden, Director of Wildlife Programs
Bobby Fisher, Director of Online Brands, Bookings & Marketing
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Office : 662-455-6556


MS Delta Ducks arranges with a number of landowners to make their duck leases in Mississippi available to hunt groups for the season. The company reaches an agreement with the landowner on the details of the hunting arrangement and then deals directly with the hunt groups. The particulars of the landowner agreements vary in their terms. Some duck hunting land consists of wetlands and brakes which rely on rainfall as a water source. Other duck hunting properties are harvested grain fields which can be flooded for the season from irrigation wells. Select landowners consent to leave areas of standing grain in the field while the food source for most agricultural fields consists of harvested waste grain. For details on specific Mississippi duck hunting land available for the 2017 - 2018 season, view the list below and its related links. If you are interested in an Exclusive Duck Leases Program property with MS Delta Ducks, please contact us via our Contact Us page or call our Director of Programs, Nathan Peden, or Director of Online Brands, Bookings & Marketing, Bobby Fisher, at 662-455-6556 (office).



Available Leases for the 2017-18 Season


  Wild Bill Bayou Duck & Deer Camp (Available for 2017 – 2018). Eighty acres of managed habitat for duck and deer located in the heart of the Mississippi Delta. 50/50 dedication to waterfowl & to deer. One guaranteed water impoundment planted in millet that will pumped up prior to opening weekend together with a smaller impoundment bordered by low-lying waterfowl area that will flood with rainfall & run- off. Camp consists of a cottage & separate bunkhouse along with a storage container & equipment shed. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $14,100.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $3,525.00 each.

Map of Wild Bill Bayou Duck & Deer Camp


  Bear Creek Junction Grain (Available for 2017 – 2018). Harvested grain field with guaranteed water located at the junction of Bear Creek and Cordy Brake. Established waterfowl area in close proximity to Mossy Island and Moses Stump. Food source will be harvested waste grain and standing grain in the low. The hunt group will be responsible for blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $5,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,250.00 each.


  Deep Slough Grain Field South (Available for 2017 – 2018). A tree line and main drainage canal provide natural backdrops for blind locations in the field. Outstanding chance to secure a duck hunting property in the rich waterfowl area of Tallahatchie County. The field lies behind the main farm headquarters and Deep Slough approximately one mile south of the Quiver River. Guaranteed water in the field. Hunt group is responsible for the blinds in all the fields. Landowner will provide the electrical service at the cabin. $4,800.00 payable in four installments of $1,200.00 each.


  Exclusive Leases (now being booked for the 2017 – 2018 duck season). We have begun the process of booking renewals for our existing hunt groups as well as offering available properties to new groups. Exclusive duck hunting properties range in price from $4,000 for an individual field to $20,000 for duck hunting with a camp. Contact us about details by calling 662-455-6556 or emailing us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. It is helpful if you will include a budget range and whether you require a camp house.


  Mississippi Delta Duck Hunting   (Available for 2017-18). Mornings of duck hunting opportunities for the 2017-2018 season over a variety of flooded duck holes at multiple blind locations on thousands of acres of open fields, sloughs, low-lying wetlands and flooded brakes in Carroll, Leflore, Sunflower and Tallahatchie Counties, Mississippi. These are all private properties located in strong waterfowl areas including the vicinity of Fighting Bayou – Six Shooter Land & Timber private wildlife management areas, the Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge, Mathews Brake National Wildlife Refuge, Malmaison WMA, Morgan Brake National Wildlife Refuge, Sky Lake WMA, and Indianola WMA. Operations are based out of Greenwood, MS. Cost of the program is $3,800.00 per group for up to four hunters (group members or guests) payable in four installments of $950.00 each: at booking, May 31, 2017, July 31, 2017, and September 30, 2017.

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Booked Leases for the 2017-18 Season

  Lombardy Bushman Slough (Booked for 2017 – 2018). The area of Sunflower County lying north and south of Highway 8 is renowned for the outstanding waterfowl opportunities. Fighting Bayou Hunting Club south of the highway and Six Shooter Land & Timber north of the highway are two of the strongest hunting clubs in the Delta portion of the Mississippi Flyway. The Quiver River and its series of bayous and sloughs attract and hold a large percentage of the wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta. This exclusive booking consists of a low-lying wetland bordering a tract of WRP. Access is along a farm road through the planted timber. The slough is located northwest of Drew off of Lombardy Road. Hunting along Lombardy Road is well known for the strength and diversity of the wintering waterfowl. The slough is fed by rainfall and runoff irrigation water so water levels can be low at times during the early weeks of the season though it is wet the entire year and is populated with abundant aquatic life as a food source. It is in close proximity to the Sunflower River. Hunting is best from natural cover or the hunt group can provide a sled blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $7,800.00 payable in four installments of $1,950.00 each.


  Baltzer Grain Field (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Flooded grain field off of Lombardy Road. The food source is harvested waste grain with some standing grain projected in the low end or drain of the field. The low will be pumped up prior to opening weekend and the hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Long Lake Cypress Slough (Booked for 2017 – 2018). The area of Sunflower County lying north and south of Highway 8 is renowned for the outstanding waterfowl opportunities. Fighting Bayou Hunting Club south of the highway and Six Shooter Land & Timber north of the highway are two of the strongest hunting clubs in the Delta portion of the Mississippi Flyway. The Quiver River and its series of bayous and sloughs attract and hold a large percentage of the wintering waterfowl in the Mississippi Delta. This exclusive booking consists of a beautiful cypress brake in a low-lying wetland that serves as the drainage basin for the surrounding agricultural fields. The brake feeds into Long Lake. Grittman’s Brake on Long Lake is home to Six Shooter. The slough also joins, Duck Briar, another elite Delta hunting camp. It is a naturally occurring wetland and depends on rainfall and runoff as the water source. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $4,800.00 payable in four installments of $1,200.00 each.


  Due East Grain Field (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Lying due east of the Quiver River, this eighty (80) acre harvested grain field is conveniently located in a strong waterfowl area. With standing grain in the low, it is in a great set-up for your hunt group. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.

Map of Due East Grain Field


  Foot of the Bridge River’s Edge Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Located along the banks of the Quiver River between Itta Bena and Moorhead in an area that held good numbers of birds for the past two seasons. Accessed from the foot of the Quiver River Bridge on Hwy 3 or by Preacher’s Road off of Hwy 82. Three holes – two of which will be pumped up prior to opening weekend with boards placed in the third. Hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. Standing grain projected in the low end of the fields. $7,800.00 payable in four installments of 1,950.00 each.


Big Field Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Harvested grain field with standing grain in the low. Guaranteed water. Located in the Blaine area. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Colony Town Grain Farm (Booked for 2017 – 2018). With Ellison Lake and three privately managed greentrees in the immediate vicinity, this harvested grain field with standing grain in the low is in a great set-up for your hunt group. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Double D Grain Field (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Bordered on the west by a tract of bottomland hardwood and on the east by a tree line, this low-lying hole is a favorite of our wildlife director. Many great early morning memories for our guys hunting this hole. Standing grain in the low, this hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Aust Timber’s Edge (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Tucked in a corner bordered on the north by a tract of bottomland hardwood and on the west by a large active catfish pond operation, this hole fits the definition of a habitat complex area. Joined by thousands of acres of unhunted water to attract and hold ducks, this hole is ideal for a group. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Bayou Run Grain & Slough (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Two harvested grain fields with guaranteed water together with a private bayou hole that depends on rainfall and drain off as the water source. This duck hunting tract is part of a drainage basin connecting the Quiver River and the Muddy / Gin Bayous to the north. Located north of Hwy 82 in the heart of an established hunting club area. Grain holes will be pumped prior to opening weekend. The three duck holes located on 100 +/- acres will be exclusively hunted by your group. $8,800.00 payable in four installments of $2,200.00 each.


  Behind the Bins Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Harvested grain fields with guaranteed water. Located out from Itta Bena. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend with standing grain left in the low. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Pecan Bayou Backwater Slough (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Low-lying timbered wetland and edge of harvested grain field comprising 13 +/- acres lying along Pecan Bayou northwest of its confluence with the Quiver River. Hunting from natural cover or wooden blind. The property will be hunted exclusively by your group and is $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Fighting Bayou “The Bend” Pit (Booked for 2017 – 2018). This hole is on the edge of Fighting Bayou Hunting Club greentree in the bend of a finger of the bayou. If you want to be in the “Red Zone” of Mississippi Delta duck hunting then this is your spot. Complete with guaranteed water, projected grain around the pit, and a pit blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $8,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $2,000.00 each.


  Fighting Bayou West of the Timber Pit (Booked for 2017 – 2018). This duck hunting venue is a pit blind at Fighting Bayou. It is nestled between a tract of bottomland hardwood and a finger of Fighting Bayou. This pit blind has projected unharvested grain around the pit along with waste grain in the field. Hunt groups vie for years to get a spot in this area of the Mississippi Delta. Field will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. This duck hole will be hunted exclusively by your group for the season. $8,000.00 payable in four equal installments of $2,000.00 each.


  Fighting Bayou Buggerden Pit (Booked for 2017 – 2018). This exclusive is located at Fighting Bayou. This pit blind has projected unharvested grain around the pit along with waste grain in the field. Hunt groups vie for years to get a spot in this area of the Mississippi Delta. Field will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. This duck hole will be hunted exclusively by your group for the season. $8,000.00 payable in four equal installments of $2,000.00 each.


  Peety's Field (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Flooded harvested grain field with a large tract of bottomland hardwood as a backdrop. This has been a highly productive hole under our management for a number of years. It was a favorite hole of our Wildlife Director and thus was dubbed “Peety’s Hole.” Guaranteed water. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


Back Gate Grain Fields (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Flooded grain fields off of Lombardy Road. The food source is harvested waste grain with some standing grain projected in the low end or drain of the fields. The low will be pumped up prior to opening weekend in one of the holes with the other depending on rainfall. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


Berclair Slough (Booked for 2017 – 2018). West of Greenwood, this willow and buck brush slough is best hunted from natural cover. Ideal wintering habitat for gadwall, mallards, teal, and wood ducks. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $3,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $950.00 each.


  Death Tree Duck & Deer (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Premier private hunting property nestled in a nook of the Tallahatchie National Wildlife Refuge. Harvested grain field has an ancient cypress in the low with hunting from the base. Our staff dubbed it “Death Tree.” Hunting from natural cover or hunt group can provide a sled blind. Guaranteed water. Deer hunting is a bonus. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $8,600.00 payable in four equal installments of $2,150.00 each.


  Blue Lake Grain Farm Duck Camp (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Cabin on Friendship Road along with four zero grade harvested rice fields in Tallahatchie County. Container on site for storing equipment. Shed and cleaning station available as well. Hunting can be accessed from the cabin by ATV on internal farm roads & ditch banks. Two fields will be pumped up prior to opening weekend and the hunt group will have the option of plugging the two middle fields or leaving them dry as a habitat for geese. Tree line along the eastern and southern boundaries of the fields provide outstanding backdrop for blind placement. Several lakes in the immediate vicinity hold roosting and resting ducks that move into the fields to feed. Landowner will provide the electrical service at the cabin. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $18,600.00 payable in four installments of $4,650.00 each.


  Big Field Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Harvested grain field with standing grain in the low. Guaranteed water. Located in the Blaine area. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $5,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,250.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Back Gate Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). This exclusive is composed of two flooded grain fields lying east of Black Bayou where the ducks arrived early this season. The slough is flooded by rainfall and runoff while one of the grain fields will flood naturally and the other will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. The grade of the field is slight creating a wide expanse of water. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. $6,800.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,700.00 each: at booking; May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Black Bayou Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). A tailwater recovery reservoir sandwiched to the east and west by harvested grain fields. The fields lie along the banks of Black Bayou. The west field is furthest from the public road. Standing grain is projected in the low end of the field with guaranteed water pumped up prior to opening weekend. The west field will have boards placed in the water control structure to flood from rainfall. There was a heavy population of ducks and specks in the early part of the season as the result of the available water holding the birds. The reservoir serves as an outstanding resting area for the ducks and can be hunted as well. $8,800.00 payable in four installments of $2,200.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Miller Road Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Grain field hole surrounded by timber located near the junction of Muddy & Gin Bayous in Leflore County. Species of duck are gadwall, mallards, northern shovelers, pintail, teal & wood ducks. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. $5,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,250.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30. 


  Hushpuckena River Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). This duck hunting property is located in an outstanding waterfowl area just minutes from Six Shooter Land & Timber (one of the premier managed habitats in the Delta) and is bordered to the north by a large conservation easement. The duck holes consist of a tailwater recovery reservoir and two flooded fields. The species consist of a mix of gadwall, mallards, northern shovelers, specks, and teal. The early arrivals to the Delta congregate where there is available water. This area has an abundance of natural wetlands to hold wintering waterfowl, and the reservoir is part of that network. Food source will be aquatic life in the reservoir and harvested waste grain in the fields. No-till farming practices are in place. One field has guaranteed water and will be pumped up prior to opening weekend while the other field will depend on rainfall for flooding. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. $8,800.00 payable in four installments of $2,200.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30. 


  Timber’s Edge East Grain Field (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Harvested grain field with guaranteed water. Standing food plot of unharvested soybeans projected in the low end of the field 8 rows wide and 40 to 45 yards in depth. Located in the Moorhead area adjoining a Wetland Reserve Program Conservation Easement. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $5,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,250.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Wild Bill Bayou Grain Farm & Timber (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Two harvested grain fields with standing grain in the low together with a timber hole in the bayou. Property located in an outstanding waterfowl area. Species of duck are gadwall, mallards, northern shovelers, pintail, teal & wood ducks. Holes will be pumped up prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. $15,000.00 payable in four equal installments of $3,750.00 each at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Bayou Junction Grain (Booked for 2017 – 2018). Two harvested grain fields with standing grain in the low together with a low-lying wetland which will be disked and planted in millet. Property located on the banks of the junction of Muddy & Gin Bayous in Leflore County on the edge of Itta Bena Hunting Club. Species of duck are gadwall, mallards, northern shovelers, pintail, teal & wood ducks. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. $9,800.00 payable in four installments of $2,450.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Quiver River Deep Slough Road Duck Camp (Booked for 2017-18) Farm house serves as the camp house for the hunt group and is located directly across the road from the fields. Container on site for storing equipment. Shed and cleaning station available as well. Two blind locations with guaranteed water in the southwest field. The hunting is north of Deep Slough in Tallahatchie County. The fields lie between Deep Slough and the Quiver River. Standing soybeans along with waste grain in the fields for a food source. A cover crop is planted on the edge of the field to provide natural cover for hunting or placing a blind. These twin fields provide opportunities to hunt from several locations based on the weather conditions. Ducks roost and rest in the backwaters of the Quiver as well as Deep Slough and then move to the fields for feeding. The portion of Deep Slough adjacent to the fields is also available to the group to hunt from natural cover. The slough is narrow and long but has several nice pockets after the winter rains replenish the wetlands. Electrical service and propane provided for the camp house. Hunt group is responsible for the blinds. $12,800.00 payable in five installments of $1,600.00 at booking, with the $1,600.00 balance of first installment by March 31 and three equal installments of $3,200.00 each on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Foot of the Bridge River’s Edge Grain (Booked for 2017-18) Located along the banks of the Quiver River between Itta Bena and Moorhead in an area that held good numbers of birds for the past two seasons. Accessed from the foot of the Quiver River Bridge on Hwy 3 or by Preacher’s Road off of Hwy 82. Three holes – two of which will be pumped up prior to opening weekend with boards placed in the third. Hunt group is responsible for providing the blinds. Standing grain projected in the low end of the fields. Together with a three bedroom cabin in the Drew / Ruleville area. Hunt group is responsible for the utilities. $12,800.00 payable in four installments of $3,200.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Muddy Bayou Low-lying Grain & Timber (Booked for 2017-18) Two harvested grain fields with guaranteed water together with a timber hole and low-lying wetland hole that depends on rainfall and drain off as the water source. This duck hunting tract is part of a drainage basin connecting the Quiver River to the north and the Muddy / Gin / Turkey Bayous to the south and east. Located north of Hwy 82 in the heart of an established hunting club area. Grain holes will be pumped prior to opening weekend. The hunt group will be responsible for blinds. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $9,800.00 payable in four installments of $2,450.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Seal City Grain (Booked for 2017-18) Outstanding waterfowl location, located between Itta Bena and Moorhead, just north of Ellison Lake and west of Blue Lake. Directly across the county road from a private, managed green-tree. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. Together with a camper for the season at Six Mile Lake. $6,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,500.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Ellison Lake Grain (Booked for 2017-18) Harvested grain field with a tract of timber along the low to serve as a backdrop against the blind. Four elite private managed clubs are located in the immediate area of this property. Guaranteed water in an exclusive waterfowl region. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. $5,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments of $1,250.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Gin Bayou Grain Field (Booked for 2017-18) Harvested grain field with guaranteed water. Located north of Hwy 82 across Gin Bayou from Itta Bena Hunting Club. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $4,000.00 for the season payable in four equal installments.


  Powell Bayou Duck & Deer Camp (Booked for 2017-18) Nice hunt cabin with screened porch and deck overlooking Powell Bayou. Two bedrooms, two full baths, complete kitchen, central heat/air, and washer/dryer. The hunting will be over four harvested grain fields west of the Bayou with one guaranteed water. Two shooting houses with outstanding deer hunting west of the Bayou. Four duck holes east of the Bayou. Close to the camp house is a low-lying wetland that attracts large numbers of ducks, particular late in the season when they move in to rest and escape hunting pressure. Adjoining the woods is open field hunting over standing grain. Water is guaranteed in the low end of this hole at the water control structure. The unique aspect is the opportunity to hunt green timber. There are two holes in the timber that flood from winter rainfall annually. Mallards relish the opportunity to seek refuge from the wind and to feed on nuts dropped by the hardwoods. Location is southeast of Drew. Wintering species include gadwall, mallards, northern shovelers, pintail, teal, and wood ducks. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $18,00.00 payable in five installments of $2,250.00 at booking with the $2,250.00 balance of the first installment by March 31, and three installments of $4,500.00 each on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Quiver River Deep Slough Road Duck Camp (Booked for 2017-18) Farm house serves as the camp house for the hunt group and is located directly across the road from the fields. Container on site for storing equipment. Shed and cleaning station available as well. Two blind locations with guaranteed water in the southwest field. The hunting is north of Deep Slough in Tallahatchie County. The fields lie between Deep Slough and the Quiver River. Standing soybeans along with waste grain in the fields for a food source. A cover crop is planted on the edge of the field to provide natural cover for hunting or placing a blind. These twin fields provide opportunities to hunt from several locations based on the weather conditions. Ducks roost and rest in the backwaters of the Quiver as well as Deep Slough and then move to the fields for feeding. The portion of Deep Slough adjacent to the fields is also available to the group to hunt from natural cover. The slough is narrow and long but has several nice pockets after the winter rains replenish the wetlands. Electrical service and propane provided for the camp house. Hunt group is responsible for the blinds. $12,800.00 payable in four installments of $3,200.00 each at booking, on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Preacher's Road Low-lying Grain (Booked for 2017-18) Two harvested grain fields in the Moorhead area. Guaranteed water in one field with rainfall and run-off as the water source for the second. Hunt group is responsible for the blinds. $4,800.00 payable in four equal installments of $1,200.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Deep Slough Grain Field South (Booked for 2017-18) Tree line and main drainage canal provide natural backdrops for blind locations in the fields. Outstanding chance to secure a duck hunting property in the rich waterfowl area of Tallahatchie County. The fields lie behind the main farm headquarters and Deep Slough approximately one mile south of the Quiver River. Guaranteed water in one field with boards placed in a second. Hunt group is responsible for the blinds. $7,000.00 payable in five installments $875.00 deposit at booking with $875.00 balance of first installment by March 31, and three installments of $1,750.00 each on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Lightening Strike Cypress Brake (Booked for 2017-18) The habitat is a willow and bald cypress brake and slough located in Sunflower County. There are four distinct holes that attract wintering gadwall, mallards, teal, and wood ducks. Hunting is from natural cover along with one permanent blind. The 50 +/- acres of brake is located between Ruleville and Drew which puts it in the Fighting Bayou and Six Shooter Long Lake / Grittman's Brake waterfowl area. It lies between the Sunflower and Quiver Rivers and joins a private club that is a Conservation Easement in the Wetland Reserve Program. The location is an area of the Delta known as a strong waterfowl area. One of the holes has a permanent blind that will need some brush added close to the season while the other two wetland holes are best hunted from natural cover. You will want a Jon Boat on the bank to hold onto while wading in to the permanent blind. There is a deep trench along the bank, and there will also be beaver runs that create areas of water over the waders. However, after getting in place, most of the brake can be hunted standing in the cover. On a typical morning two groups of four could comfortably hunt in the brake. The fourth hole is a grain field which is non-irrigated so it will depend on rainfall and run-off as the water source and is not a guaranteed water hole. As a bonus, there are some fringe areas that can be deer hunted in the afternoon. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $10,000.00 for the season payable in five installments of $1,250.00 at booking with $1,250.00 balance of first installment by March 31, and three installments of $2,500.00 by May 31, by July 31, and September 30.


  Lake Border Grain Field West (Booked for 2017-18) Grain field located north of Moorhead, just south of the Quiver River (directly across the public gravel county road) and bordering a tail-water recovery pond. Guaranteed water. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $4,000.00 for the season payable in five installments of $500.00 deposit at booking with $500.00 balance of first installment by March 31, and three installments of $1,000.00 each on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Kroeker Road Twin Fields (Booked for 2017-18) Two harvested grain fields with guaranteed water. Located out from Itta Bena. Holes will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group and is $4,800.00 for the season payable in five installments of $600.00 at booking with $600.00 balance of first installment by March 31, and three installments of $1,200.00 each on May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Jack's Grain Field (Booked for 2017-18) Harvested grain field with standing grain in the low located in the Colony Town area. Four elite private managed clubs are located in the immediate area of this property. Guaranteed water in an exclusive waterfowl region. Hole will be pumped up prior to opening weekend. The hunt group is responsible for providing the blind. $4,800.00 payable in four equal installments of $1,200.00 each: at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Burrell Bayou Duck Camp (Booked for 2017-18) Two flooded harvested grain fields with guaranteed water located six (6) + / - miles due east of Fighting Bayou and two timber holes in Burrell Bayou together with a three bedroom cabin for the season. Hunt group is responsible for providing the duck blinds and paying utilities for the cabin. $15,000.00 payable in four installments of $3,750.00 at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Gin Bayou Grain Field (Booked for 2017-18) Harvested grain field with guaranteed water. Located north of Hwy 82 across Gin Bayou from Itta Bena Hunting Club. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $4,000.00 payable in four payments of $1,000.00 at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Rattlesnake Pit Blind (Booked for 2017-18) Guaranteed water. Bayou Basin in Minter City / Fighting Bayou area. $8,000.00 payable in four installments of $2,000.00 at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.


  Canal’s Edge West Grain Field (Booked for 2017-18) Harvested grain field with guaranteed water. Standing food plot of unharvested grain projected in the low end of the field 8 rows wide and 40 to 45 yards in depth. Located in the Moorhead area along a main drainage canal. Hole will be pumped prior to opening weekend, but the hunt group is responsible for providing their own blind. The property will be exclusively hunted by your group. $4,000.00 payable in four payments of $1,000.00 at booking, May 31, July 31, and September 30.










For Booking Information:
Nathan Peden, Director of Wildlife Programs
Bobby Fisher, Director of Online Brands, Bookings & Marketing
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