Duck hunting in the estuaries of Venice Louisiana

Duck hunting in the Venice are is plentiful

2016-2017 Nov. 12- Dec. 4 & Dec. 17- Jan. 22
Duck Hunting in Venice Louisiana's vast estuary system has long been known as the premier hunting destination in the US.

Located at the end of the Mississippi Flyway, Venice provides the most diverse selection of ducks in the states. Each fall the ducks come by the hundreds of thousands to this area where food will be plentiful and over 200,000 acres of habitat. It's not unusual for hunters to take every species of puddle duck and southern diving ducks. Canvasbacks, redheads, pintails, mallards, gadwals, widgeons, teals, shovelers and scaups all come readily to the decoys.

The Louisiana waterfowl season runs from November to January. Our duck season is divided into two splits. The first is in November, and the second split commonly opens in mid December to late January. Interested hunters should make your reservations early to obtain your preferred time slot. 

Duck hunting with Brandon Ballay in the Venice area of southern Louisiana


Guided Trip Information:
Hunts are $250.00 per person. Guides will take two hunters. We will supply the boat, decoys, calling and retrievers. Hunts will start from either daybreak till noon or from noon till dark. Make sure you visit the link below for hunting license information and the gear and clothing you should bring.

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Cast and Blast hunting and fishing packages with Capt Brandon Ballay of Venice Outdoors
For those of you that want to enjoy all that Venice has to offer, this package will give you both! Blast ducks in the morning then cast to red fish in the afternoon. As this is a very popular package, please contact us either by phone (985) 637-8901 or by email for availability.

2015-16 Duck hunting season

Opens Nov. 7 till Dec. 6, 2015
Opens Dec. 19 til
Jan. 17, 2016

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We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Discover Credit Cards

Call 986-637-8901 to book your next trip with Captain Brandon Ballay

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