North Carolina and Virginia Waterfowl Hunting Guide Service
Duck Season starts in April with impoundments of corn, soy beans, japanese millet, and milo that are planted each year to provide food source for the winter migration of waterfowl. Wood duck houses are placed around the property to assist in raising young wood ducks and to help educate the youth. Trapping turtles, raccoons, and other predators help to allow ducklings to survive. September - We begin scouting to watch the migration of duck, geese, and swans.
Our Pamukey River hunts are for wood ducks, widgeon, pintails, and gadwalds and shooting is out of well positioned blinds. We also have pit blinds set up for our goose hunts. Other types of divers and puddlers can be hunted in different locations we have reserved for our hunters.
North Carolina adds a different perspective to Monquin Creek Outfitters. Our Corolla location is set on 100 acres of privately owned marsh on the Currituck Sound. We have 3 guides that together have over 40 years of experience hunting Currituck Sound. There you can hunt different species of duck, swan, and snow goose. There are open water blinds that can comfortably hold 6 men. Boats will take you to and from the blinds.
We offer a number of packages and options with our waterfowl hunts. Contact us to discuss the perfect hunt for you.
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All of our guides work hard to ensure a great hunt. Please don't forget to tip them—15% of the hunt cost is recommended. Thank you!
Hunting license not included and needs to be purchased prior to hunt.