Waterfowl Hunting Season in Missouri

When does waterfowl hunting season begin?

Waterfowl huntingWaterfowl hunting dates are set in the middle of August during the Conservation Commission Meeting, and begin when ducks and geese are migrating in the Fall. When those dates are set there is no finer duck hunting lodge to plan an excursion to than Lost Quarter Farms. You've no doubt been on many waterfowl hunts, and there are certainly many Midwestern hunting lodges to choose from. Few, however, offer the great hunting and warm accommodations of Lost Quarter Farms. From mallard duck hunting to geese hunting and everything in between there is a truly great amount of game in Missouri, and we are anxious to treat you with the hospitality you deserve.

Waterfowl hunting permits are available July 1st, so be ready to make your plans to join us this fall at Lost Quarter Farms!

  • Mallard duck hunting
  • Geese hunting
  • Canadian geese
  • Pintail ducks
  • Wood ducks
  • Air conditioned lodge
  • Man-made lake
  • Home-cooked meals

Some of the very best hunting in all of the Midwest is found right here at Lost Quarter Farms. Make this the year you experience it for yourself!

We can accommodate from one to 10 hunters, and offer great pricing on one, two and three-day hunts. You can count on us for lodging, meals and decoys and an overall wonderful time. You'll be inspired by our beautiful and historic surroundings, and feel welcomed by our hospitality. Once the dates for duck season are announced we hope to hear from you and reserve a date for you and your group.

For more information about Lost Quarter Farms you may contact our lodge from October-December at (660) 272-3288, year-round at (660) 553-1344, and via email at lostqrtr@windstream.net.

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