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Texas Gulf Coast duck and goose hunting
Texas duck, goose, and dove hunting Call Circle H Outfitters for your next Duck or Goose Hunt...!
Circle H Outfitters
Circle H Outfitters
Texas Coastal Duck & Goose Hunting
with Circle H Outfitters and
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Upper Texas Gulf Coast Duck and Goose Hunts:

Texas coastal waterfowl hunting for ducks and  geese.We have over 40,000 acres of hunting property within a one-hour drive from Houston. Located both east and southwest of town, these ranches are managed specifically for waterfowl hunting and include flooded rice fields, reservoirs, marsh and flooded timber. All hunts are fully guided including guide, dogs, decoys and transportation to/from first class blinds.

Goose hunts are 'field hunts' using large white spreads on rice, corn, winter wheat or plowed fields that are scouted daily to ensure success. We provide white parkas and coffin blinds for your convenience and comfort. Bird processing and lodging is available upon request.

Duck Hunts $ 175 per person
Goose Hunts $ 175 per person


Exciting Texas Gulf Coast Duck and Goose Hunting Adventures
with Circle H Outfitters!

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Rockport, Texas....Rated BEST duck hunting in the central flyway!

Circle H Outfitters goose and duck hunting on the Texas Gulf Coast.Circle H Outfitters operates three lodges overlooking beautiful Copano Bay where hundreds of thousands of ducks call this their winter home. Both of our private ranches offer fresh and saltwater marsh where hunters can expect to see 10-50 thousand ducks per hunt and will harvest 5 to 12 different species per day out of our comfortable first class blinds. Afternoon wade fishing for trout and redfish is at your doorstep from either lodge. While enjoying lunch, our picker will process your birds. (Morning and afternoon hunts available both guided and unguided, fishing out of both lodges also available we have miles of private shorelines and marsh!).


$175 P.P.P D. w.o. lodging
$225 P.P.P D. w/lodging

$275 P.P.P D. w/lodging & meals

(Bird processing & gratuities not included)


About Our Lodges:

Rockport duck hunting...Copano Bay lodgeCopano Bay lodge duck hunting...View from our lodge
Our lodges are located right on the shores of beautiful Copano Bay with duck hunting and fishing at your doorstep. Sleeping accomodations for 10 people, 2 full baths and a fully equipped kitchen provide a comfortable place for our guests to relax before and after their hunts.

Texas Coastal duck and goose hunts with Circle H OutfittersCircle H Outfitters provides:

Professional Guides & Pre-scouted fields

Dogs / protected roost ponds

Blinds / Decoys or White Spreads

You will need to furnish:

Gun and ammo (steel shot only)

Camo Clothing / Hip boots or Waders

Wet weather gear

Hunting License/ Federal Duck Stamp / Texas Duck Stamp


Guided Dove Hunts

Quality wing shooting over plowed ground, goatweed fields, ponds and milo. We have available thousands of acres near Alvin, Rockport,and Bracketville Texas. Day and package hunts available. We hunt and manage prime ranches that traditionaly hold big numbers of birds ensureing you a quality wingshooting experience. We are hunting in the south and central zones. also available prime tract and seasonal waterfowl and dove leases in the Houston area.

Dove Hunts - $150 per hunter / hunt all day!
Be sure and ask about our Father/son SPECIAL!

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For more information, call us at 281-535-1930

Or Email us at info@circleh.org

We accept Major Credit Cards for Your Convenience

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