MEXICO WHITE-WINGED DOVE HUNTING

Tamaulipas, Mexico

4 NIGHTS /  3 FULL DAYS HUNTING  $2250.000

 EXTRA DAYS $800.00   EXTRA 1/2 DAY $450.00  

      Guest (ages 18+) 

Includes 12 or 20 ga. Beretta Silver Mallards

 

With six outings of exceptional wing shooting, expect to shoot 500-1000 shells per day. The shoreline of Lake Guerrero and adjacent habitat, including “Parras de la Fuente”, North America’s largest nesting refuge, has one of the largest nesting populations of Whitewings anywhere, and the surrounding fields hold them throughout the season. Hunting is over maturing sorghum fields or harvested corn that have been pre-scouted by experienced guides with bird boys that rival your best lab.
 

Breakfast: You will be greeted each morning with coffee and fresh squeezed orange juice from local orchards. After a cooked-to-order breakfast, you will load up and head to a pre-scouted field with the doves starting to fly at sun up.

 

Lunch: Your mid-day meal will be prepared by our chef and his assistants to fill up before a dip in the pool with its swim-up bar or siesta before returning to the fields for another great round of hunting.

 

Dinner: Upon your return to the lodge you will be met with drinks and appetizers. A special meal with seafood and grilled entrees with a Cajun flair will be served. If the hunting wasn’t so good, you’d still come for the food. Day 2 and 3 you do it all over again.

After the White Wing season closes ( mid August- mid November ) the Mourning Dove migrate from the North to provide great combination trips through mid February.

White Wing dove hunting at Lake Guerrero compares to South America, with less travel and cost!

What to bring:

  • Passport (required)

  • Light camo clothing

  • Light field boots

  • Light rain gear

  • Camo hat

  • Shell pouch

  • Finger tape or glove

  • Earplugs

  • Sunglasses

  • Sunscreen

  • Bathing suit

  • Camera or cell phone

  • Toiletries

  • Medicine

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