Cadillac Creek Outfitters, A Texas Waterfowl Outfitter Offering Arkansas Speck Hunting Fall 2020
Bringing A Taste Of Cadillac Creek To Arkansas
This is where specklebellys spend their winter. They start showing up around the middle of October and they stay here through the end of February. Arkansas is now considered the “speck state.” We have a 99.4% limiting out rate, we have access to over 50k acres of prime hunting ground and we have over 50 years of waterfowl experience combined! Last year we harvested over 1,600 specks and averaged a 12 man limit per day. Specks are also a trophy bird that most waterfowlers want to put on their wall. Arkansas is the place to come and get that mature barred up barbelly for the wall!
Choose Cadillac Creek Outfitters For Your Next Specklebelly Hunt
Can't go goose hunting with a duck guide! Well, you can, but you see, us goose guys are different! In Arkansas we are bringing true to the core Goose Guides. We have over 50 years of combined experience hunting waterfowl all over the country. We had a 2,200 bird year and harvested over 1,600 specks. 99.4% limiting rate and average a 12 man limit for the year!
Arkansas Specklebelly Goose Hunts
We hunt in Northeast Arkansas where it is a bit of a hidden gem. It isn’t as saturated as Stuttgart is with guide outfitters and we hunt over 50k acres of prime goose land. We scout hard to make sure that we are getting our clients right on the X! The geese will feed on beans and rice while they winter in Arkansas.
Lodging and Hunting In Arkansas
Hunters would stay at a nice log home for $500 per night that sleeps 7 comfortably. They could also stay in a hotel in Wynne, Arkansas or Memphis TN where they could stop at the Ducks Unlimited HQ and the Bass Pro Shops Pyramid. Also hunters like to visit the famous Mack's Prairie Wings in Stuttgart, RNT in Stuttgart, Rob Roberts in Batesville, Beale Street in Memphis.