Florida Duck Hunting Guide

Seminole Prairie Safaris duck hunts central Florida both private property and public waters of Lake Okeechobee. Seminole Prairie Safaris mainly shoot blue and green wing teal ducks, ring necks ducks, bluebills ducks, mottled ducks, and black belly whistlers ducks. If you are a duck species collector duck hunting in Florida is the only place to get mottled ducks and one of the few places to get a black belly duck.  Seminole Prairie Safaris duck hunting is done either out of a 18ft duck boat with a blind or in shallow waters or private land duck hunts we wade with stools to sit on.  If you have never duck hunted central Florida now is your chance for an exceptional opportunity at this traditional sport to bag some waterfowl trophies.

Seminole Prairie Safaris
Duck Hunting Rates

$175 per hunter for 1/2 day hunt and $50/observer
If you are looking for a 1/2 day hunt can either be conducted in the morning which typically last 4-5 hours after sunrise.
You may also choose in the afternoon where duck hunting starts 4 hours before sunset. Limit of three hunters to a boat.
You can bring your own shotguns or you can rent one for a fee $50.  WE DO NOT SUPPLY SHELLS  in hunt fee. Seminole Prairie Safaris recommend bringing #2-4 steel shot.

You will need to purchase a Florida duck hunting license/migratory bird permit, Florida waterfowl permit, and a federal duck stamp for this hunt. 

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