Louisiana Sportsman Magazine
Hackberry Rod & Gun for over 25 years has been guiding their customers to this region’s waterfowl bounty. HR&G’s holdings encompass more than 15,000 acres of marsh. They allocates one blind per thousand acres and sets out 350 to 500 decoys per blind to draw ducks to their hunters. Bagging a limit is virtually assured.
American Hunter’s Duck Hunting Hotspots
Hackberry Rod and Gun has become about the best know in North America. It has now reached a point that a familiar question among traveling water fowlers is: Have you hunted at Hackberry Rod & Gun Yet?
Water Fowl Magazine
“Cameron Parish is the traditional wintering ground for millions of ducks and a stopover for millions more headed to Mexico and Central America. To say that pintails, Mallards, Gadwall, Widgeon, teal, ring necks and several other species are abundant is a gross understatement. Here, birds are what sand is to the Sahara! They are everywhere, and they provide perhaps the most consistent shooting on the continent” American Hunter’s Duck Hunting Hotspots
“If you like chunking a top water plug and watching blow-ups of Big sow trout and Redfish, There’s plenty to interest you.
“Anytime you can find world class water fowling and fishing in the same area, then reach over the side of the boat for all of the oysters you can eat, there is something inherently special about this Eden. We won’t even get into the gumbo, etoufee (a-to-fay) or roast duck served at the lodge”
“Hackberry Rod & Gun’s long term success is based on three basic elements…Excellent food, outstanding lodging, competent guides, and what many, myself included, consider to be the finest redfish and speckled trout fishing to be found anywhere.”
Coastal Conservation Association