How much does it cost to duck hunt at Honey Brake?
The price for a night’s stay at the lodge is $200 and includes all meals. A duck hunting excursion runs about $250 per gun while offshore and inshore fishing trips can run anywhere from $600 to $1,500 per vessel.
Who owns Honeybrake Lodge?
The 20,000 acres of the old Louisiana Delta plantation where owners Michael and Ron Johnson created Honey Brake Lodge will serve as a real-world laboratory for building new media content and field-testing product for Realtree’s quality product partners.
How do you become a guide at Honey Brake?
In Drew’s words “To be a great guide you have to have a servant’s heart, the will to please, and a passion for waterfowling. Anyone can hunt for two or three days but providing the experience of a lifetime for sixty plus days straight is what makes the professional staff that we expect at Honey Brake”.
How many ducks can you kill in Louisiana?
The daily limit for ducks is six, no more than four of which may be mallards (no more than two hens). Other species limitations are no more than three wood ducks, three scaup, two canvasbacks, two redheads, one mottled duck, one black duck and two pintails.
Is Louisiana a good duck hunting state?
Louisiana is the last state that ducks get to. They’ve been shot at all the way from Canada on down, so they definitely get smarter by the time they get down here. If you get them in Louisiana you’re a pretty good hunter, because they’ve pretty much seen it all as they make their great migration south,” says Robertson.