Trips to Honey Brake include three mornings of hunting, four nights at the lodge, and plenty of extra time for activities. Length of hunt trips is limited by Louisiana bag limits. Read more about wing hunt trips.
Yes, we ask that all guess wear waders.
Yes, we charge $200 per day to hunt your own dog and we require current vaccination records to board them in the kennel.
-Louisiana residents will need either Basic hunting and LA duck, Lifetime hunting, or senior hunt and fish.
-Non-residents will need either NR hunting season and NR LA Duck, NR small game and migratory bird 1 day, or LA lifetime.
-Both residents and non residents will also need a Federal duck stamp.
Due to the legal possession limit (18), you would not be able to legally possess the birds from more than three hunts, assuming you get a limit everyday, which is our goal.
You can bring any non-toxic shot of your choice. We recommend BB, 2, or 3 size shot. We also have shells for sale at the lodge.
Most guests prefer to bring their own gun, but we do have rental guns available for $50 a day.
No, guests will need to bring their own wine, liquor, or beer, but we will provide all mixers and coolers to store beer.
Absolutely, but the day rate is the same whether you hunt or not.
We can pick up/drop off at the airport. Just schedule this when you book your hunt.
We are in a very unique area that offers up a wide variety of different ducks. It is not uncommon to bring in as many as 14 different species on one hunt. Preview a range of species we commonly see on the Waterfowl page.
No, we hunt on Honey Brake until a limit or 11:00am. We have found that giving the birds the afternoon to relax, not pressured by hunter, provides us with great morning hunts day after day.
Honey Brake Lodge 1899 Larto Bridge Rd Jonesville, LA 71343