My experience with Fowl Lifestyle Outfitters was great! Having hunted many different outfitters in the southern Midwest, my hunt with these guys was the best. Not only did we get put on plenty of birds, but also we were treated as one of their own. The laughs didn’t stop from the moment we entered the pit. Tyler and his crew treat their clients with the utmost respect. The location we hunted was phenomenal and the pit was one of the finest I have been in. I am looking forward to returning to hunt with Fowl Lifestyle Outfitters for years to come.D. Harris
Hop in the blind with us in Missouri’s Middle Zone on Private Flooded Rice & Bean Ground near Otter Slough Conservation Area. Otter Slough is known to hold upwards of 100,000 ducks.
Nov. 7-13 & Nov. 19-Jan. 10
3 Man Minimum
Join us in our pits & blinds in the Southern-Most Tip of MO in the Bootheel for some incredible duck & goose hunting! We are within sight of Big Lake NWR which can hold upwards of 250,000 ducks.
Nov. 26-29 & Dec. 7-Jan. 31
2 Man Minimum
The majority of our hunts take place in large comfortable sunken pits or above ground blinds. We have access to thousands of acres of private ground across the Bootheel region. From rice fields, to beans, as well as some moist soil fields on certain years, we have a multitude of different options for your group!
Duck & Speck Hunts
Early November to Early February
Snow Goose Conservation Hunts
While hunting in the flooded rice & bean fields of Southeast Missouri, the time frame of which your hunt takes place will greatly determine the waterfowl which you are most likely to have the opportunity to bag. Early season hunts tend to bring a more mixed bag, while late season hunts tend to focus more heavily on the notorious green-headed Mallard. Mallards, gadwall, green-winged teal, northern shovelers, & pintails are the most common ducks that we encounter on a day to day basis. Specklebelly geese as well as Snow Geese are also a very likely possibility while hunting the flooded fields.
With us, you may hunt a pit one day & a blind the very next. Specklebellies, snow geese, & every type of puddle duck you can think of is a possibility when you are hunting the flooded fields of Southeast Missouri. We have some pits in turnrows while some are in the middle of shallowly flooded fields. We also have several above ground blind setups that make for some extremely comfortable hunting situations.
Our goal is to keep you informed informed about your upcoming trip with us. The weather plays a major factor in our day to day bird numbers. We manage several farms around us specifically with the goal in mind to hold birds throughout season.
This is a great Outfitter! They go WAY out of their way to ensure you have a successful hunt! We have used them multiple times & they never failed to provide the best hunting experience we have even had with outfitting services!R. Fariss