Tennessee Waterfowl Hunting | Reelfoot Lake
We have two blinds on Reelfoot Lake, located in Northwest Tennessee. Blind one is a timber hole, hunts 10 people with typical species killed of: Mallard, Green-Wing Teal, Wood Duck, Gadwalls. Blind two is a Buck Brush and Grass hole, hunts 10 people with typical species killed of: Mallard, Green-Wing Teal, Wood Duck, Gadwalls, Pintail, Shoveler, Specklebelly Goose. Both blinds are heated and have a full kitchen in them. We have large decoy spreads with full motion.
Each hunter is provided two meals a day in the blind as well as all the drinks and snacks you want with hunting time from daylight to 3:00 PM.
Guides are Bradley Hobbs and Rick Davis who both have over 25 years of duck hunting experience. All you need is a Gun, Shells, and a Hunting License!
“Hunting with you all has been amazing, from setting us up with rooms, to recommending where to eat, to checking on us when we first got there. All that was nice, but the thing that really gets me is the way you treated us from the minute we stepped into that boat and headed to the blind. We were not just a number. You treated my boys like they were yours, like family, putting them first whether it was shooting or eating (and these boys can eat) and the food was great. When the hunting was slow, we had fun laughing and eating. ”
- Thomas Smith