This Midwestern state holds many waterfowl species. Post here and read others views on Wisconsin duck hunting. From the mighty Mississippi river to the west to the great lake of Michigan on the east, WI has many different types of hunting available to hunters.
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Has anyone ever used Arkansas County Guide Service ? Good, Bad or otherwise I would like to know. I am looking to possibly book a hunt with them but don't know much about them. There website looks pretty good but I would like to here from anyone that knows or has used them in past. I would also to hear about any other guide services in Arkansas that I could also look into. Thanks Jeremy
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Check out http://www.byersfarm.com
Everything about his outfit is top notch. The food, the guides and oh yeah... the wing shooting is ridiculous. So either check out his site or look him up on this site (username byersfarm), and shoot him a PM. Good luck!
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x2 on that.
Byers might cost a little bit more than that the guy your looking at, but from what we've seen they flat out cream them all season. If you don't shoot limits there, its you fault. Facilities look top notch as well, not to mention he sounds like a heck of a nice guy.
If I was heading down, I would at the very least be giving him a call.
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pluckaduck guide service.
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