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Shared Duck/Deer Leases Season Hunt Program


Last updated : 01/01/2015

A Season Ticket to Duck Hunting



For Booking Information:
Nathan Peden, Director of Wildlife Programs
Bobby Fisher, Director of Online Brands & Marketing
Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office : 662-455-6556
Cell : 601-479-4873 or 662-299-2165


Mornings of duck hunting opportunities for the 2014-2015 season over flooded holes at multiple blind locations on thousands of acres of duck leases in Leflore, Sunflower and Holmes Counties, Mississippi. Operations based out of Greenwood, MS.

Group of three hunters for $3,000.00 payable in four payments of $750.00 (Available for 2014-15)
Group of four hunters for $3,600.00 payable in four payments of $900.00 (Available for 2014-15)
Group of five hunters for $4,500.00 payable in four payments of $1,125.00 (Available for 2014-15)
Group of six hunters for $5,400.00 payable in four payments of $1,350.00 (Available for 2014-15)
Group of five hunters w/camper spot on lake for $5,900.00 payable in four payments of $1,475.00 (Booked for 2014-15 season)
Group of six hunters w/cabin for $7,800.00 in four payments of $1,950.00 (Booked for 2014-15 season)
Group of six hunters w/cabin on lake for $8,500.00 payable in four payments of $2,125.00 (Booked for 2014-15 season)
Groups (two) of four hunters w/cabin on lake for $9,600.00 payable in four payments of $2,400.00 (Booked for 2014-15 season)
Group of six hunters w/ exclusive hole for $7,800.00 in four payments of $1,950.00 (Available for 2014-15)
     
Lodging may be booked through the company on an "as needed basis" at a rate of $97.00 per night double occupancy and is provided in partnership with Holiday Inn Express.


Season and Exclusive Hunt Groups for the 2014-15 Duck Hunting Season


A Season Ticket to Deer Hunting



Afternoons of deer hunting opportunities for the 2014-2015 Delta Zone White-tailed Deer Primitive Weapons – Gun season at multiple stand/blind locations over food plots on thousands of acres in the Mississippi Delta.

Costs for a season of afternoon deer hunting opportunities is $1,200.00 per hunter payable in four payments of $300.00 each. Hunting is closed on Monday afternoons, which are set aside to rest the staff and hunting pressure.

MS Delta Deer Field Staff will assign participating hunters to a ground blind for the afternoon hunts. Hunting will be over areas leading into planted food plots consisting of turnips, wheat and/or other varieties of deer plot mixes. The Delta deer hunting is located along rivers, bayous and other tree lines interspersed with agricultural fields. Some of the hunting joins planted hardwood on federal wildlife management areas, which are closed to hunting. These protected areas promote the local deer population strengthening the hunting on adjoining private properties.

To book your spot or obtain additional information call Nathan Peden, Director of Wildlife Programs, or staff at 662-455-6556 (office) or 601-479-4873 (cell). You may also email us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .



General Terms of Shared Duck/Deer Leases Program

MS Delta Ducks & Deer provides mornings of duck hunting opportunities and/or afternoons of deer hunting opportunities for the 2014 -15 duck season and/or white-tailed deer (Delta Zone) November Early Primitive Weapons through Gun and January Primitive Weapon Seasons over flooded duck holes at blind locations and/or over white-tailed deer food plots on the lands of various Landowners in Holmes, Leflore, and Sunflower Counties, Mississippi.
(1). The term is for the enumerated season(s) excluding the mornings of Tuesday, December 9, 16, 23, 30 and January 6, 13, and 20, for mornings of duck hunting and the afternoons of Monday, November 10, 17, 24, December 1, 8, 15, 22, 29, and January 5, 12, 19, and 26, for afternoons of deer hunting as well as Wednesday, December 24, Thursday, December 25, and Friday December 26 for both mornings of duck hunting and afternoons of deer hunting. Hunters notify MS Delta Ducks & Deer Field Staff Guides (prior to 5 p.m. on the day preceding the hunt) of any morning that they desire to hunt ducks or afternoon that they desire to hunt deer during said season(s) and the MS Delta Ducks & Deer staff will assign the hunt group a designated duck hole and blind location for that morning's hunt or the hunter a deer stand/blind as the case may be. The hunt group will have sole possession of the hole for that morning until 12 noon and will not be double-assigned with another group to the same hole or the hunter will have possession from 1 p.m. until shooting hours close of the deer stand/blind.
(2). The payments to MS Delta Ducks, Deer and Farmland Properties, Inc. will be made: one-fourth at license signing, one-fourth on or before May 31, 2014, one-fourth on or before July 31, 2014, and the balance on or before September 30, 2014.



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.

Exemptions
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
ONLY PERSONS DOMICILED WITHIN THE STATE OF MISSISSIPPI AS DEFINED IN SECTION 49-7-3 OF THE MISSISSIPPI CODE, AS AMENDED, ARE ENTITLED TO OBTAIN A RESIDENT HUNTING/ FISHING LICENSE.
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.

EXCEPTIONS
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 & Marketing
Email : This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Office : 662-455-6556
Cell : 601-479-4873 or 662-299-2165

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