Duck hunting with Stillwater is available from October through the majority of January. Typically, our best duck hunting takes place from mid-October through the end of November. In mid to late October, many varieties of ducks migrate out of the high country and disburse along the Front Range, where they find an abundance of food sources, lakes, ponds, rivers, and sloughs. Soon our local and mountain birds will be followed by flocks of ducks from Montana, the Dakotas, and Saskatchewan. The most common species are Mallards, Teal, Widgeon, Gadwall, Red Heads, followed by a variety of other puddle and diving ducks.
Your duck hunt will consist of either a morning or an afternoon hunt. Typically, our most productive hunting takes place in the morning, but depending on weather conditions, afternoon hunts can be outstanding. You will hunt one of several private lakes or ponds secured exclusively by Stillwater Outfitters. An experienced guide and a competent retriever will accompany the group (your dog is welcome if you are confident in its ability and control). You and your partners will be hunting from permanent blinds, portable layout blinds, and occasionally from available cover.
Add $250.00 for the fourth gun – per party, per day. (Gratuity Not Included)
For kids 13 and under. Minimum of two adults. One youth discount per adult.
50 percent deposit required. All hunts are non-refundable.
Limit: 6 per day
Possession Limit: (2) daily bag limits (excluding Mergansers)
Of the (6) ducks, no more than (5) may be Mallards of which no more than (2) can be hens. Also of these (6) no more than (2) Pintail (1) Canvasback, (2) Redheads, (3) Wood Ducks, and (2) Scaup.
The limit for Mergansers is (5), no more than (2) of these can be Hooded Mergansers.
The limit for Coots is (15) with a possession limit of (2) daily bag limits.
For out-of-town hunters, we can assist you in arranging clean, comfortable rooms, licenses, stamps, etc. You will need to bring guns, ammo, camera, sunglasses, and any other personal gear you may need. Temperatures can range from +65 F to -10 F. Be prepared to dress in layers, the mornings can be rather chilly while the afternoon hours can warm up considerably. A pair of good felt lined pack boots is also recommended.
Non-resident Small Game License is $11.00 per day, State Waterfowl Stamp is $5.00 and Federal Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp (Duck Stamp) is $15.00. If you were born on or after January 1, 1949, you must have a Hunter Education Certificate in order to purchase a hunting license in Colorado. Season dates for Geese/Duck typically run from the first part of October through the first part of February. For more information on Colorado State hunting laws please visit the DOW website.
We recommend using 12 ga. with open chokes & loads of BB’s and BBB’s for geese and 2’s for ducks.
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