Waterfowl hunting Oklahoma and Kansas
Flatline Outfitters offers world-class waterfowl hunting in Oklahoma and Kansas. We have access to thousands of acres of prime waterfowl hunting ground. We specialize in dry-field Canada goose hunts but we also offer dry-field duck hunts, water duck hunts, dove hunts, conservation snow goose hunts in Arkansas, and Spring turkey hunts. We are quickly expanding our business and can accommodate any requirement you need. Waterfowl hunting Oklahoma and Kansas is our specialty, our professional guides ensure your hunting experience is one you will never forget.
Come experience some of Kansas and Oklahoma’s prime waterfowl hunting with Flatline Outfitters! From thousands of acres of dry-field hunting to action-packed water hunts, we have professional guides that will show you a great time in the field!
Contact us at (405)-213-5156 to book your date! Limited space is available.
Duck – Contact for pricing
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Sandhill Crane – Contact for pricing
Pheasant and Quail – Contact for pricing
Combo Package – includes morning goose hunt, followed by an afternoon duck hunt – Contact for pricing
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We have over 200,000 acres from north-central Kansas to southwest Oklahoma that we run our hunts on! We hunt a fresh feed every day.jm6
Our waterfowl guides are not only the best in the region, but considered the best waterfowl hunting guides in the country. Our waterfowl hunting seasons start in Kansas on October 28th, and end in Oklahoma in February.
Lodging is available depending on the region. Ask us for more details.
Our waterfowl hunting guides follow the migration patterns of ducks and geese, ensuring that we are always in the most prominent areas, so we are always on the target.
We hunt over large spreads of Avian X Full-bodied, and use the best layout blinds and deception decoys on the market.
Our facilities are very comfortable, we have a 40-ft custom A-Frame blind with very comfortable director chairs.
Our dry fields consist of corn, milo, wheat, beans and a variety of other crops, to entice waterfowl to the areas.
Some of our fields that are duck feeds will have from 10 to 50,000 ducks and/or geese-feeding in them.