Arkansas Duck Hunting

 

 

Arkansas Duck Hunting

Wild waterfowl have been hunted for food, down, and feathers worldwide since prehistoric times. The waterfowl hunting season is generally in the autumn and winter. Hunting seasons are set by the US Fish and Wildlife Service in the United States. For detailed duck season information for the state of Arkansas visit www.agfc.com. This takes visitors to the Arkansas Game and Fish Commision where both resident and non-resident hunters can find the facts for state regulations, licensing and other beneficial inforamtion concering all areas of hunting within the natural state.

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For the duck hunting novice a duck hunter positions him or herself in blinds near rivers, lakes, ponds or in agriculture fields planted with corn, barley, wheat or millet. Hunters build blinds to conceal themselves from waterfowl, as waterfowl have sharp eyes and can see colors. BMW Hunting offers expert Arkansas duck hunting guides who hunt the land and know how and where to find the best hunting in the state. BMW offers hunting club memberships, daily day hunts and Arkansas duck hunting leases. They offer over one hundred prime hunting locations to ensure a successful trip.

Duck Hunting Companion

Waterfowl hunters also often use dogs to retrieve dead or injured birds in the water. There are many breeds, such as the Labrador Retrievers and Chesapeake Bay Retrievers, specifically bred for the task. BMW has over 27 years experience raising Lab retriever pups as well as providing Labrador retriever stud services with their premium hunting dogs. A well-bred and raised Lab can make the hunting experience its best.

Arkansas Duck Hunting Regulations

Within each of the fifty U.S. States a hunter is required to obtain a hunting license and face strict limits on the number of birds that can be taken in a day (bag limits). And the total number of birds a hunter can possess (possession limits). In the United States, hunters must also purchase a federal duck stamp and often a state stamp. For specific details on Arkansas public duck hunting licenses and permits for the state, hunters can visit www.agfc.com for fees and specifications on waterfowl permits, hunting licenses as well as the federal and Arkansas waterfowl stamp. By meeting regulations each state is able to ensure that waterfowl populations are at standard enabling hunters the opprotuinty to enjoy the sport of waterfowl hunting for generations.
For more information about Arkansas duck hunting call (870)219-3523.

 

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