Ducks Everywhere always has at least three top-notch rice fields with large pit blinds for our members and guests. Having grown up in northeast Arkansas, our familiarity with the region enables us to select and obtain some of the top rice fields in northeast Arkansas. We constantly strive to obtain and maintain the best duck hunting leases available as crop rotations and other factors vary from one year to the next. We make it a point to have our fields spread across the region in an effort to maximize our opportunities to hunt where the ducks are concentrated most.
For the 2017 season, we expect to have our top three fields in our stable in play provided the farmers are able to get the crops in them as expected. Those fields are in the Delaplaine, Light, and Sedgwick areas and range from a 20 minutes west to 40 minutes north from the lodge.
This property is owned by Ducks Everywhere and has both a comfortable blind for hunting the moist-soil unit and green timber hunting along the old Cache River just 2 miles north of the Cache River National Wildlife Refuge and 3 miles west of the renowned Bayou DeView WMA.
Black River bottoms
This huge property lies in the Black River bottoms about 10 miles south of the Rainey Brake/Shirey Bay WMA and is among the best spots in the country (and Brent’s favorite) when the Black River tops flood stage. Depending on the river stage and the location hunted, this property can be hunted either by standing next to a tree or out of a boat.