Duck Hunting Rates

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WELCOME SOUTH TEXAS DUCK HUNTERS!  ROCKPORT, TEXAS OFFERS WORLD CLASS WING SHOOTING!  MULTI-BOATS ARE AVAILABLE WITH ADVANCE NOTICE!! 

BOOK EARLY! South Zone/Regular Season:

Duck Hunting Season Dates:

Early Teal: September 15-30, 2018
General Ducks: November 3-25, 2018
General Ducks: December 8, 2018 through January 27, 2019

Contact the Captain

To reserve your best trip date, call Capt. Frank today!

(361) 229-2527

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Duck Hunting Trips

Your Choice!

Morning & Afternoon Hunts Available
RATE:
$125/gun

Cast and Blast Trips

Most Popular!

Hunt in the morning & fish in the afternoon
RATE:
$250/person

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All ducks are cleaned.
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Please visit the Texas Parks and Wildlife Hunting pages to become familiar with limits and laws. Be Aware that you must obtain a Texas Hunting License with both a Waterfowl Stamp & a Federal Waterfowl Stamp. Licenses are Available at: Rockport Tackle Town, Walmart and larger sports retailers like Academy or Bass ProShops!

You will travel to and from the blinds on Capt. Frank’s Custom Airboat in search of:

  • Teal
  • Red Head
  • Bufflehead
  • Scaup
  • Widgeon
  • Gadwall
  • Pintail

In South Texas, there’s never a poor duck hunting season!

Duck and waterfowl hunting is a Texas tradition that gives men and women alike an opportunity to be in the moment. Immersing yourself into something that needs patience, passion and accuracy.

It’s hard to explain to someone who has never been duck hunting that it is so much more than simply shooting unsuspecting ducks – usually in the cold of winter.

No, it is about being caught up in one special moment absorbing the sights, sounds, tastes, smells and feelings of the great outdoors.

And it’s a fun social occasion for close friends and family, so don’t wait:

You can test your knowledge to instinct

Captain Frank Houser has more than 35 years experience in the back bays and lakes of the Coastal Bend.

You can trust that he will fulfill all your duck hunting ambitions and freely share his knowledge, experience and skill to ensure that your hunting trip is productive and memorable.

Even the most skilled waterfowlers will come-away with a new piece of information or tactic that they had not considered prior to their trip with this professional hunting guide!

Preparation is key to your success

Duck hunting is a cold-weather activity, and for some reason, ducks seem to fly best when the weather is at its worse. Come prepared with warm, insulated, camouflage clothing – that’s essential. For a jacket, you’ll want something that is warm, waterproof and not too heavy nor too light.

Bring reliable waders that don’t leak, preferably the newer ones that are made of neoprene for warmth and flexibility.

Gloves of course are also essential, and a camouflage face-mask is highly recommended. Ducks can see light reflecting off your face from a long distance, and they will be far less likely to come-in close if they see anything that appears unusual or flashy to them.

A word about the blinds:

The structure is intended to conceal hunters, dogs, and equipment from the intended prey.

You’ll be hunting from permanent as well as portable blinds – depending upon where the waterfowl are located. Most blinds have benches for your sitting, but do come prepared with some snacks, perhaps a thermos with hot beverage or other items you think you’ll need.