Duck Hunt in Seymour Texas - Unguided

Duck Hunt in Seymour Texas - Unguided
Unguided Duck Hunt in Seymour -- Did you know that west Texas offers some of the finest duck hunting in the United States? This is absolutely true. In fact, more ducks are killed in Texas than in Arkansas. The ranch property lies in the middle of the Central Flyway. Because the ranch is in the temperate zone, it is also the stopping ground for many migrating ducks. This location, teamed up with the best professional guide staff, a consulting wildlife biologist, and strict agricultural practices is a formula for waterfowl numbers. A duck hunting trip at our ranch will not be forgotten. This hunt requires a minimum of 4 people and includes 1 night of lodging in a satellite ranch house and breakfast on the morning of the hunt. This is an unguided hunt, hunters will be given maps to the hunt areas and will be escorted to the hunt area.
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Hunts start between 4:30 and 8:00 am. Depending upon the quary and style of hunting

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Frequently asked questions

What type of clothing/gear do I need to bring?

The list below is intended as a general check list. You will need to bring equipment specific to your activity. Long Underwear
Warm socks
Long pants
Long sleeve and short sleeve shirts
Warm head gear
Camouflage face mask or head net
Camouflage Waterproof outerwear
Riding Helmet
Comfortable, broken-in Waterproof boots
Western boots for riding
Preferred Rifle and shells
Preferred Shotgun and shells remember Non-Toxic Shot (Steel, Bismuth, Matrix, Tungsten) size #2 and #4 for ducks size BB-BBB or T for Goose
Fishing gear
Polarized sunglasses
ATV or 4-wheel drive vehicle
Sandhill Crane Stamp (free from the Department of Wildlife)
Texas Hunting license
Federal Duck Stamp
State Duck Stamp
Ice Chest
Water Bottle

Can I bring my dog and is there lodging for it?

YES, We have great dog kennels at the main lodge. Your dog should be seasoned and very well behaved if you would like to bring it on a guided waterfowl hunt with a group. Guide owned dogs are hunt tested and spend hundreds of days in the field each year. Your dog should be capable of sitting perfectly still while beneath cover and should not break.

What time do the hunts start?

Hunts start between 4:30 and 8:00 am. Depending upon the quary and style of hunting.

What type of camo do I need?

The best camouflage patterns are wetlands camo, brush camo, and advantage timber camo.

Do I need waders?

You do not need waders if you choose, but they do keep you warm and dry no matter what conditions you hunt in. Also if you do have waders it will allow you to move to other places if needed, but clients will not ever be allowed to help put out decoys in water.

Ranch Breakfast

The Continental Breakfast
Grandma's House Made-Iced Cinnamon Rolls
Mixed Fresh Fruit Salad
Choice of Dry Cereals
Coffee, Milk and Juice

The Texan--Full Breakfast
Bacon, Sausage and Ham
Eggs-Scrambled, Poached or Fried
House Made Buttermilk Biscuits
Creamy-Cracked Pepper Country Gravy
Fruit Preserves
Coffee and Juice

Noon Menu Selections

Baked Spaghetti
Traditional Italian red meat sauce spaghetti baked with fresh herbs and spices and covered with cheese served with French bread

Home made 5 layer lasagna with fresh manicotti and Basil, Oregano, and Thyme served with French bread.

Chicken Spaghetti
Just like Grandma used to make. Cream Baked chicken spaghetti served with French bread

King Ranch Chicken- a Texas favorite

Club Sandwich
Sandwich wedges with ham, bacon, lettuce, onion., and tomato

Sandwich trays-ham, turkey, salami, and assorted cheeses.

Taco Soup
Southwest style soup with ground beef, corn, peppers, onion, carrots, paprika, chilies, and cumin. True Tex-Mex Style soup. Served with corn tortillas and chips

Ranch Supper Selections

IT is a crying shame to disgrace a fine cut of tenderized and hand rubbed meat by exposing it to a fire composed of smelly propellant fumes and charcoal. At our ranch, we grill and smoke our meats over propellant free mesquite wood in our chuck wagon grill and smoker. The hot mesquite fire and sweet mesquite smoke yield a final product with taste beyond compare.

Cowboy Ribeye
Unbelievably tender, hand cut, USDA Choice ribeye steak seasoned with Ranger Creek Ranch Rub and grill to your liking over a hot mesquite fire.
Hand Rubbed and Salted Baked Potato with all of the Fixin's
Cowboy Beans or Grean Beans
Fresh Garden Salad with house made dressings
Homemade Rolls (Joyces Recipe)
Tea, Water and Coffee
House Made Cherry, Apple, orr Peach Cobbler

Texas Perfect Chuck Wagon Brisket
A Texas Classic. Slow smoked over mesquite to perfect tenderness. Served Sliced with Ranger Creek Ranch BBQ sauce for mopping.
German Potato Salad
Cowboy Beans
Scratch Hot Rolls and butter
Tea, Water and Coffee
Southern Bread Pudding with creamy rum sauce

Mesquite Grilled Pork Loin
Garlic Mashed Potatoes
Roasted Corn on the Cob
Fresh Garden Salad
Scratch Hot Rolls and butter
Tea, Water and Coffee
Coconut Pudding

All menus are suggestions, we are happy to tailor a menu to meet a guest's desires or special needs. Executive Chef Packages, Taste of Texas Brunches, and Theme Dinners can be arranged with advanced notice and at additional expense. Please allow two weeks notice for special menu requests.

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Cancellation Policy

There are no refunds. All sales are final.
Change policy

If changes are allowed on a tour or activity, a $20.00 per reservation change fee will be applied for any change to a reservation. Please note that some tours and activities do not allow any changes. Date changes can only be made only if we can confirm availability on the new date. While we cannot guarantee any changes can be made, all change requests must be submitted a minimum of 24 hours prior to the tour departure and must be handled on an individual basis through our Reservations Center.

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