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Duck Hunting in Oklahoma

Oklahoma, Duck Hunting Nation State, Waterfowl Hunting, Waterfowl Hunting




Duck Statewide Harvest


Goose Statewide Harvest


No. Waterfowl Licenses Sold Annually


Ducks Per Hunter


Geese Per Hunter


Cost of Resident Waterfowl Hunting License


Cost of Resident State Stamps and Permits


Federal Duck Stamp

$176; five-day license $75

Cost of Non-Resident Waterfowl Hunting License


Cost of Non-Resident State Stamps and Permits


Federal Duck Stamp

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Photo by Austin Ross

Oklahoma generally isn't thought of as a primary duck hunting destination, but it should be. The state offers an almost unmatched array of public hunting opportunities for a free-lance hunter, and that's seals the state's A rating. More than 1 million acres are open to hunters:

• Wildlife management areas, many of which have water for ducks.

• Waterfowl management areas and wetland development units, all devoted to ducks and open to public hunting.

• U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Lakes and related lands, encompassing 27 properties.

Although there is generally more water in eastern Oklahoma, don't overlook the drier western portion of the state for excellent duck hunting opportunities. Where water is scarce, ducks pack in more densely. Plus, hunting pressure is lighter.

Goose hunting is also good but not quite as productive as it is a state or two to the north, where the big birds like to winter if they can.

— Compiled and written by Tom Carpenter

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