Falling Feather Outdoors is located in the waterfowl rich delta of N.E. Arkansas. Our lodge is in Delaplaine, Arkansas and is surrounded by thousands of acres of rice, soybeans, and corn. Millions of Mallards, Pintails, Gadwall, Teal, Snow geese, Specklebelly geese, along with other puddle ducks, use this area as their winter home. This area of Arkansas is a waterfowler's paradise!
We offer fully guided duck and goose hunts. Along with your hunt, we also provide three meals and lodging at our FFO lodge each day for our customers.
Why should your group come to Falling Feather Outdoors? You are not just another name on a calendar for us. We strive to not only make your waterfowl dreams a reality, but to make lifelong friends with our customers. Below is a typical 24 hour day with us.
Your group arrives at camp around 2:00 pm the day before your hunt. We get your things placed into your rooms, and we hit the road. We like for our clients to tag along in the afternoon as we scout our hunting grounds that stretch over 45 miles of N.E. Arkansas. After we locate the best feed of the afternoon, we will sit on them until dark and enjoy the show from a comfortable distance away. Then, off to the lodge to enjoy some good food and fellowship along with some hunting stories. The next morning we will hunt until we fill your limit, or until the 12:00 pm cutoff time (FYI, during freezing temps this may not apply.) After the hunt has been called for the day, we will take pictures and pack up. We will head back to the lodge to eat lunch, clean, and package birds. Then, we are off to find where the best opportunity for our hunters are for the next days hunt.
VERY IMPORTANT!!!! Although most of our hunts are morning hunts, there are times when we will have lunch brought to our location, and the hunt will continue through mid-afternoon. We are going to do everything we can to get your birds.
Check out this great video when Jimbo came down and shared a tree with us. It was a privilege to have them in camp.
Woo Boy! We love standing by a tree and shooting mallards in the FACE!
The video is a little grainy, but you get the point. We had a lot of fun that day.