Ducks In General
Late Season Goose
Self Guided Goose
Spring Snow Goose
|Wetlands & Blinds
South Grand River
|Devil In The Details
Missouri duck hunting on private land with Mid-America Hunting Association is from wetlands, blinds, layout and wade-in areas. Wetlands include marsh, sloughs, oxbows, flooded crop, open water, crop stubble for both duck and goose hunting.
Since 1965 we have provided enhanced natural wetlands for self guided waterfowl hunters. All may duck and goose hunt the entire season on the hunter's schedule.
Blinds, layout areas, wade-in and ponds are numbered and posted to an online map library to make telephone reservations for the days he wants to hunt. Hunters will have a choice from day to day of where to hunt. Have a look at some of our duck blinds over a variety of water.
Hunts are within historic market flyways in the Lower River Basin. Duck blind shooting pools require at the most chest waders. Levees have in/out flow controls to keep water at the blinds. We drain and plant one or more on rotation.
Self Guided Hunts
This means we will get the hunter to the point of where he parks his truck and steps out to hunt. Once to that spot the hunter makes the rest of his hunt experience using his own equipment, dogs and skill. Read a longer description of our hunts or late season goose and spring snow goose hunts.
Private Land Hunting
Includes all of our tens of thousands of acres. Duck hunters have a choice of wetlands in the north and middle zones. Goose hunters may scout out tens of thousands of acres to where the geese are then set their hunt. Read some more about our private wetlands through reviewing the wetlands aerials and water level pictures of the blinds.
Missouri Duck Hunting
Waterfowl includes a variety of both puddle and diver ducks. Mallard is the primary puddle duck with many Teal, Wood Duck, Gadwall, Widgeon and Pintail. Diver ducks include but are not limited to Scaup, Ring-Necked, Canvasback, Red Head and Canvasback ducks. Canada geese are the principal goose of choice both regular and late season with much opportunity for spring season Snow Goose and Speck’s. Overview of our other opportunities covering deer, turkey, pheasant and quail.
Administrative and hunting information is available through a scouring of our listing of topics about our Association at our Index link. Our rules, membership agreement and more are posted to that section.
An Association wetlands.
Association hunters will receive recommendations where to duck hunt. Each will have access to the two Association partners Jon nee and John Wenzel.
All will have a plan long before leaving home of knowing exactly where they will be hunting. Have a look at Jon Nee and John Wenzel who are responsible for Association hunt quality.