Five Oaks Ducks Lodge | Duck Hunting
Five Oaks Lodge is an exclusive hunting lodge in this country’s premier waterfowl hunting region. Think of Five Oaks Lodge as your own impeccably appointed lodge, but better: When you treat your guests to the singular experience of duck hunting on more than 6,000 acres of flooded timber and rice fields located in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway, our expert staff takes care of everything for you, from menu planning to licensing, leaving you free to enjoy cherished time with your special guests—who will be the only guests here.
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Five Oaks Lodge

Welcome to Five Oaks Lodge, an exclusive hunting lodge in this country’s premier waterfowl hunting region. Think of Five Oaks Lodge as your own impeccably appointed lodge, but better: When you treat your guests to the singular experience of duck hunting on more than 6,000 acres of flooded timber and rice fields located in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway, our expert staff takes care of everything for you, from menu planning to licensing, leaving you free to enjoy cherished time with your special guests—who will be the only guests here.

 

The lodge isn’t just for hunters. Our facilities and catering services are available for events and retreats, and when you choose to host an event at Five Oaks Lodge, you’ll receive the same exceptional service our hunters appreciate so much.

 

Five Oaks Lodge and the surrounding lands exist in harmony with nature, employing innovative, conscientious land-management practices that promote the health of the land and provide attractive year-round habitat for migratory and wintering waterfowl. We’ve put decades of research and scientific study into the nurturing relationship between waterfowl and habitat, and our land-management plans have a national reputation for success.

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TREES PLANTED

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Mississippi Flyway Map

The Mississippi Flyway

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Five Oaks is in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway, which starts in central Canada and stretches to the Gulf of Mexico. The Mississippi Flyway is the name given to the route followed by ducks migrating from their breeding grounds in North America to their wintering grounds in the South. As the name suggests, the Mississippi Flyway follows the route of the Mississippi River in the United States – North America’s largest river system. Originating in northern Minnesota, the slow-flowing river travels southwards for a distance of 2,530 miles, cutting through, or forming a border for, the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana before emptying into the Mississippi River Delta at the Gulf of Mexico. In most years, Arkansas winters more mallards than any other place in North America and a whole lot of them return year after year to Five Oaks.

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The Mississippi Flyway

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Five Oaks is in the heart of the Mississippi Flyway, which starts in central Canada and stretches to the Gulf of Mexico. The Mississippi Flyway is the name given to the route followed by ducks migrating from their breeding grounds in North America to their wintering grounds in the South. As the name suggests, the Mississippi Flyway follows the route of the Mississippi River in the United States – North America’s largest river system. Originating in northern Minnesota, the slow-flowing river travels southwards for a distance of 2,530 miles, cutting through, or forming a border for, the states of Minnesota, Wisconsin, Iowa, Illinois, Missouri, Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas and Louisiana before emptying into the Mississippi River Delta at the Gulf of Mexico. In most years, Arkansas winters more mallards than any other place in North America and a whole lot of them return year after year to Five Oaks.