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Shared Duck Leases Program

 Last updated : 01/31/2018

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







Mornings of duck hunting opportunities for the 2018-2019 season over flooded holes at multiple blind locations on thousands of acres of duck leases in Carroll, Leflore, Sunflower and Tallahatchie Counties, Mississippi. Operations based out of Greenwood, MS.

Book your groups season lease online today! Pay the initial deposit securely via PayPal to reserve your Season Lease Spot for next season and we will contact you for your group members information and setup the remaining payments!
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Reservation Deposit plus processing fee


  • Shared Duck Lease Season Hunt Program
    • Cost of the program is $3,800.00 per group for up to four hunters
    • Payable in four installments of $950.00 each: at booking, August 30, 2018, September 30, 2018, and October 30, 2018.
    • A fifth and sixth hunter can be added for $950.00 each.

  • Shared Duck Lease Season Hunt Program with a cabin (Booked for 2017-18)
    • There are also a limited number of groups with a cabin available at $7,800.00 per group for up to six hunters
    • Payable in four installments of $1,950.00 each: at booking, May 31, 2018, July 31, 2018, and September 30, 2018.
    • A seventh and eight member can be added for $1,300.00 each.



Each season 70+/- holes are designated to the season hunt program. Groups can hunt every morning of the season except for five days at Christmas when we close to rest and spend quality time with family. If your group plans to hunt, contact the outfitter staff phone reservation line by 5 p.m. the day prior to the hunt and staff will assign your group a hole and set a time and place to meet you to show the hole (unless you’ve hunted it previously and know the location). Your group is never mixed with another group for a hunt so the assigned hole belongs exclusively to your group for that morning’s hunt. The program allows you the opportunity to hunt a variety of habitats over the course of the season including flooded fields, sloughs, and timber. There are 40 groups in the program and this will be the 9th year. We have arrangements with the Rodeway Inn and Holiday Inn Express for group rates for our hunters. Rodeway is dog friendly and the Holiday Inn is not. The Holiday Inn is $89.00 (including tax) per night and the Rodeway Inn is $32.40 (including tax).

A Season Ticket to Deer Hunting

Deer hunting opportunities for the 2017-2018 Delta Zone White-tailed Deer Seasons (archery, gun & primitive weapons methods as allowed October 1 – January 31) at multiple stand/blind locations over food plots on thousands of acres in the Mississippi Delta. Hunts are afternoons only during archery season and mornings and afternoon for gun season.

  1. Shared Deer Lease Season Hunt Program
    • Costs for a season of deer hunting opportunities is $1,500.00 per hunter
    • Payable in two payments of $750.00 each: at booking, and September 30, 2018; and
    • Immediate family members (children & spouse) can hunt on the license (one stand per day per license) and the cumulative / total of deer harvested is restricted to one bag limit per license.

MS Delta Ducks & Deer Outfitter Staff will assign participating hunters to a stand or ground blind for scheduled hunts. Hunting will be over areas leading into planted food plots. The Delta deer hunting is located along rivers, bayous and other tree lines interspersed with agricultural fields.

Each hunter must follow the set bag limits of two antlered and three antlerless deer for the season or one antlered or antlerless deer for an afternoon hunt. We also require:

  1. Bucks be at least an 8 point with a 15 inch spread; and weigh at least 175 lbs.;
  2. Cull bucks may be harvested for management purposes (anything 175 lbs or more that is a 7 point or under);
  3. You call outfitter staff for assistance if you harvest a deer;
  4. You don't attempt shots which you are not 100% comfortable with; and
  5. You report all kills to the staff and allow a member to meet you and take a picture of the deer for record-keeping purposes.

To book your spot or obtain additional information, call our office at 662-455-6556. You may also email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..

Mississippi Hunting License Regulations

All persons born on or after January 1, 1972, must satisfactorily complete a hunter education course approved by the Department of Wildlife, Fisheries and Parks before purchasing a Mississippi hunting license. If it is determined that the holder was not entitled to issuance or obtained the license or hunter education certificate by fraudulent means, the license will be revoked or canceled. It is unlawful to issue a hunting license to any person in this age group without proof of completion of the hunter education course. [MS. Code 49-7-20]

Resident - Each resident of the State of Mississippi ages sixteen (16) through sixty-four (64), must obtain a hunting license, except while hunting on lands titled in his name. Any person sixty-five (65) or older, or any person otherwise exempted from obtaining a hunting license, must have documentation with him/her at all times while hunting as described in "Exemptions". [MS. Code 49-7-5] below.

Non-Resident - All non-resident hunters, except minors under the age of sixteen (16), are required to obtain a hunting license while hunting in the State of Mississippi.

Residents who are blind, paraplegic, a multiple-amputee, adjudged totally disabled by the Social Security Administration or totally service connected disabled by the Veterans Administration are not required to purchase a HUNTING OR FISHING LICENSE. [MS. Code 49-7-5 and 49-7-9]. Residents exempt based on this criteria are required to have proof of their age, residency, disability status or other physical impairment in their possession while engaged in hunting and fishing activities. All exempt licenses previously issued for DISABILITIES are null and void.

Proof of Residency
Under this section, a person's domicile is that person's principal or primary home or place of abode. Provided, however, a person holding a current driver's license is deemed to be domiciled within the state that issued the driver's license. Even if a person currently resides within the State of Mississippi, for purposes of obtaining a hunting license, he/she is considered to be domiciled in the state which issued the driver's license.

I. If you HOLD a current driver's license:
a. If you hold a current MISSISSIPPI driver's license, you are entitled to purchase a resident hunting license.
b. If you hold a driver's license from any state other than Mississippi, you are required to purchase a non-resident hunting license.

II. If you DO NOT hold a current driver's license from any state:
You are entitled to purchase a resident hunting license if Mississippi is your principal or primary home or place of abode. A current Mississippi resident income tax return or a homestead exemption receipt may be considered as evidence of domicile, but these are not necessarily determinative. You may be denied a resident hunting license if you fail to provide adequate proof.

Even if you are domiciled in another state, you may purchase a resident hunting license if you provide either (1) a current identification card from a Mississippi college or university; or (2) a current military ID card showing that you are an active member of the Armed Forces (excluding Reserves and the National Guard) and proof that you are stationed on a military base in Mississippi.

Proof of age may be shown by the following:
A. A valid driver's license; or
B. Copy of birth certificate

Mississippi Lifetime License
Resident lifetime license applicants must prove that they have been domiciled in the State of Mississippi for a minimum of eighteen (18) months immediately prior to issuance of such licenses.


For Booking Information:
Nathan Peden, Director of Wildlife Programs
Bobby Fisher, Director of Online Brands, Bookings & Marketing
Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office : 662-455-6556