Mike Newsom is one of the young guns of waterfowling – energetic, knowledgeable, and savvy in outsmarting his prey. He is skilled in calling and shooting, a master in the art of duck lore, cooking and a gifted outdoorsman. A day in the blind with Mike is a truly memorable experience.
— Mike McLemore 3 Time World Duck Calling Champion and Champion of Champions
Specializes in Private Flooded Green Timber Hunting, Duck Hunting right next to the refuge system on Reelfoot Lake and Private Rice field!
Waterfowl Unlimited specializes in Guided Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting. Our duck hunting on Reelfoot Lake began in the days of market hunting in the Great Depression by our owner’s great-grandfather, a 2nd generation Reelfoot Lake duck guide. This means that Reelfoot Lake duck hunts have been our specialty for over 150 years!
Come visit us and experience some of the best, world-class public duck hunting in Tennessee and wider!
Want to know why this will be your best duck hunting experience? Well, one of the reasons is that here you’ll find hundreds of thousands of ducks to hunt! You just won’t be able to miss them!
Waterfowl Unlimited is centrally and conveniently located near the Reelfoot National Wildlife Refuge. The Reelfoot Lake National Wildlife Refuge was established in 1941 to manage the northern third of Reelfoot Lake as a refuge for migratory birds. Additional lands acquired in Southwestern Kentucky expanded the refuge to its current 10,428 acres.
What all of this means is that it is not uncommon for the Reelfoot Lake refuge systems to winter hundreds of thousands of migrating ducks and geese during the duck hunting season! So why not take advantage and get your hunting on here with us today?
Make your next West Tennessee duck hunting trip one to remember by calling us at Waterfowl Unlimited Guide Services today and coming out to the beautiful Reelfoot Lake.
Traverse the breathtaking sights of Tennessee’s wetlands when snow goose hunting with Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide, and find out why we’re rated in the Top 3 of all waterfowl hunting destinations in the country! We have spent years developing relationships with farmers that we continually stay in contact with throughout the conservation season, and know exactly which fields are holding large concentrations of snow geese for your benefit. An “average” day in the field will result in 15-30 snow geese being taken per group of hunters, but there is always a good chance of a great hunt of 50-100 snow geese being taken, depending on the weather and their flight patterns.
Don’t forget to come prepared when it’s time for spring snow goose hunting. One day it can be 70° and sunny, and the next 15° and snowing. Make sure to bring appropriate clothing, face masks, guns, ammo, and supplies for cleaning the birds.
At the end of the day, you can trust our crew to work diligently to make sure that you have the best opportunity to have a fun, safe trip while making memories that last a lifetime.
Three generations and 150 years of duck hunting have made Reelfoot Lake Ducking Hunting Guide your number-one choice for waterfowling. We’ll take you to some of the best spots and habitats of pintail, gadwall, widgeon, and mallards, and help you have all the fun and excitement you’re looking for.
Our team of duck hunting guides will put you in the best possible place to shoot ducks, doing whatever it takes to put you on them. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to make the shot, so no matter if you’re a beginner hunter or a well-seasoned one, you’ll soon be raving about your amazing waterfowl hunt. You’ll never want to go back to the old, regular type of hunting after us!
Our comprehensive package carries it all: we’ll provide you with lodging & accommodations, transport you to and from the blinds, break up 8 hours of hunting with breakfast & lunch, and more–and all done in a safe, secure environment.
Don’t hesitate–get the full and real Tennessee duck hunting experience with our team at Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide today!
Engage in the time-honored tradition of flooded timber duck hunting surrounded by the natural majesty of Reelfoot Lake. At Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide, we offer guided hunting excursions for everyone, from both novice and seasoned hunters. As long as you have a valid Tennessee hunting license, you’re one of us. Our experienced guides know the area and the behavior patterns of waterfowl, and will ensure that your hunting adventure is both successful and enjoyable. Our goal is to preserve Tennessee’s rich hunting heritage and share it with fellow outdoor enthusiasts. We understand the local ecosystem of Reelfoot Lake and are dedicated to ethical hunting practices.
With access to prime hunting areas in the renowned flooded timber regions of our state, we’ll make sure to send you home with not only your prize, but with plenty of stories to tell the folks back home, too. The best seasons to hunt are the late fall and winter months, such as November to January. Cold weather, increased duck populations, and suitable water levels create excellent conditions, so bring your chest waders, camouflage, decoys, and shotgun, and let’s get hunting!
You’ll get the ultimate guided flooded timber hunting adventure with Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide, so what’re you waiting for? Get ready to see feathers flying. Book your reservation today!
The best state for duck hunting is Tennessee, you guessed it! But why? For a number of reasons. First off, it is exactly in Tennessee that ducks like to spend their winter, and it is not uncommon to find hundreds of thousands of ducks flying around Tennessee all throughout this season. Moreover, it is precisely in these parts of West Tennessee, where we’ve put down our roots, that you’ll come across the greatest number of ducks for hunting.
With Tennessee as the best state for duck hunting and your best Tennessee duck hunting guides at Waterfowl Unlimited, what more could you ask for? You’ll be seeing duck feathers all around you in no time. Give us a call today!
Reelfoot Lake is a beautiful lake rich with wildlife, located in the state of Tennessee. The lake spreads over two counties in the northwestern part of the state, Lake County and Obion County. The area where the lake is located was established as a State Park, as well as a National Wildlife Refuge area, and the lake itself a natural landmark.
It is a very popular lake for boating, fishing, wildlife viewing, and of course, the best duck hunting in the state of Tennessee!
Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide
100 Blue Basin Rd, Tiptonville, TN 38079