Mexico Dove, Duck and Quail Hunting
Mexico dove hunting, Mexico duck hunting and Mexico quail hunting are one of the
most exciting hunting experiences one can have. One can have a Mexico dove hunt,
Mexico duck hunt, Mexico quail hunt and do some Mexico bass fishing on Lake El
Salto, Lake Huites or Lake Guerrero all in the same trip.
Both mourning dove and whitewings are present in large numbers. Local farmers
plant thousands of acres of sunflower, corn, sorghum, milo and sesame for use as
pasture or for harvest. All of these grains are part of the preferred diet of
the doves, ducks and quail. Soon after the first cool weather sets in up north,
the doves and ducks migrate to Mexico for their winter stay. The countryside
holds some of the largest concentrations of purely wild bobwhite quail in the
world. One sportswriter called them, “the wildest, fastest quail he had ever
seen.” The numbers are incredible.
On the West coast of Mexico we can offer you Mexico duck hunting and Mexico dove
hunting at the Mazatlan Dove & Duck Hunting Club. The club has the exclusive
hunting rights on over 100 square miles along the Laguna Vieja estuary, which
stretches over 130 miles from Mazatlan to the south. You hunt ducks in
American-style blinds on over 50 fresh water ponds that are owned or leased, and
in natural blinds on the estuary itself. Mexican wildlife officials estimate
that the Laguna Vieja estuary hosts 2.5 million wintering ducks. On a given day,
fewer than two dozen hunters, hunt on or around the estuary. As a result,
Mazatlan Dove & Duck Hunting Club enjoys unspoiled, natural hunting over decoys.
In the afternoons you can enjoy fantastic Mexico dove hunting. Before or after
you Mexico duck hunt and Mexico dove hunt you can travel 70 miles north of
Mazatlan for some trophy bass fishing on famous Lake El Salto.
We can also offer you fantastic Mexico dove hunting at Lake Dominguez Lodge in
El Fuerte, Mexico on the West coast of Mexico. Soon after cool weather sets up
in the north mourning doves migrate south to feed on the thousands of acres
grain fields in the El Fuerte area. Whitewing doves migrate from the south to
feed and nest as well. This hunt can also be combined with a great bass fishing
trip on Lake Huites.
On the East coast of Mexico we can offer you Mexico dove hunting, Mexico duck
hunting, Mexico quail hunting and Mexico bass fishing at the Hacienda Las
Palmas. Hacienda Las Palmas is located on the banks of Lake Guerrero. The
Hacienda conducts traditional walk-up quail hunts behind pointers on fence rows,
tree and brush lines and in grain fields. Their dog handlers have extensive
experience hunting quail in Mexico. They prefer to match three hunters with each
handler and will not exceed four hunters per handler. The Hacienda offers
Whitewing and Mourning Dove hunting from late-August through October. Dove
shooting is nothing short of spectacular. Thousands of acres of sunflower, corn
and sorghum fields are close to the lodge. Extensive pre-hunt scouting keeps
driving times to the shooting areas to a minimum.
The Hacienda also offers quality Duck hunts on Lake Guerrero. Species available
are Pintails, Widgeons, Mottled Ducks, Gadwalls, Green Wing Teal, Blue Wing
Teal, Cinnamon Teal, Black Bellied Tree Ducks and Bluebills. The game is
abundant and the limits are liberal. They hunt out of custom made blinds that
can be moved at a moments notice to the place where the ducks are harboring.
Their master Waterfowler, Mike Settles, will make your duck hunt a memorable
Please remember our services are free to our clients. The outfitters and owners
of the lodges set the price. We pass that same price on to you. We try to help
you decide which fishing or hunting trip is the best for you.
Just click the icon on the left for details on the hunt that looks the best for
Put the third picture on the El Fuerte dove hunting page, the first picture on
the El Fuerte combination package and the first picture on the Mazatlan duck
club gallery (put it in the middle blown up some and put Mexico duck hunting on
it) put the other two 1st and 2nd with Mexico dove hunting on them.
Email or call us now to reserve your spot.