Cinnamon Teal
Cinnamon Teal

A rare waterfowl to see in south Texas.

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Labrador Retriever
Labrador Retriever

Capt. Roger Kohutek operates with trained Labrador retrievers.

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Duck Hunt
Duck Hunt

South Texas duck hunt with the buddies and Captain Roger.

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Cinnamon Teal
Cinnamon Teal

A rare waterfowl to see in south Texas.

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South Texas Coast Duck Hunts

Captain Roger is an experienced and premier outfitter for guided duck hunts in South Texas. All guided duck hunts are transported by airboat and take place exclusively on the Lower Laguna Madre out of the heart of Port Mansfield, Texas. It is an eco system of fresh creek waters running into the marsh land areas of the Laguna Madre bay. They are the ultimate setting for waterfowl hunts. The many species of waterfowl you might encounter on these hunts are pintails, redheads, widgeon, blue & green-winged teal, gadwall, mottled ducks and the cinnamon teal.  If you are looking to book a duck hunt in South Texas, look no further and book now with Rooster Charters. 

All inclusive

  • Duck Blinds

  • Duck Decoys

  • Retriever Dog

  • Earmuffs for airboat ride

  • Ice

  • Cooler (for your drinks and snacks)

  • Ducks cleaned & bagged

What to bring on your trip

  • Weather appropriate Camo clothing (this includes rain gear and waders)

  • Ammunition (steel shot)

  • Snacks and drinks

  • Cooler to carry your ducks home (left in the vehicle)

  •  A valid TPWD Hunting License,

  • Federal Duck Stamp (signed)

  • Hunters Education (those born on or after Sept. 2, 1971)

  • Harvest Information (HIP) Certification

Waterfowl License Requirements

State law requires a valid TPWD Hunting License, a Federal Duck Stamp (signed), a Hunters Education (those born on or after Sept. 2, 1971) and a Harvest Information (HIP) Certification is required to hunt migratory game birds.

You can purchase your License locally at Harbor Bait & Tackle or you may purchase it prior to your trip.

Click here to learn more about license requirements or purchase your TPWD License

and Endorsement

 
Blast-n-Cast
Blast-n-Cast

Blast-n-Cast starts with a morning of duck hunt followed by an afternoon of fishing.

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Blast-n-Cast
Blast-n-Cast

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Labrador Retrievers
Labrador Retrievers

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Blast-n-Cast
Blast-n-Cast

Blast-n-Cast starts with a morning of duck hunt followed by an afternoon of fishing.

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Traditionally, a “cast and blast” combines fishing and duck hunting into a single outing. Captain Roger sets up your morning trip for shooting waterfowl in South Texas near the Gulf Coast then casting for redfish. The Lower Laguna Madre is a bed of diverse ecosystems. This makes the region an excellent area for all sports men and women to experience a blast-and-cast adventure that is second to none. Book now and reserve your dates.

Blast-n-Cast

All inclusive

  • Duck Blinds

  • Duck Decoys

  • Retriever Dog

  • Earmuffs for airboat ride

  • Ice

  • Cooler (for your drinks and snacks)

  • Fish Cooler

  • Rods & Reels

  • Tackle

  • Ducks & Fish catch cleaned & bagged

What to bring on your trip

  • Weather appropriate Camo clothing this includes rain gear and waders

  • Ammunition - steel shot

  • Shot-guns

  • Sunglasses - recommend polarized

  • camera or phone camera

  • Food and drinks

  • Cooler to carry your ducks and fish catch home (left in the vehicle)

  • A valid Hunting and Fishing License

Blast-n-Cast License Requirements

State law requires that you have a valid hunting and fishing license like the Super-Combo License (Texas Residents Only). Those who are coming out of state must purchase a non-resident Hunting License & Saltwater Fishing License. You must have a Federal Duck Stamp (signed), a Hunters Education card (for those born on or before Sept. 2, 1971).

You can purchase your License and Endorsements prior to your trip.

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Click here to learn more about your license requirements or purchase your Texas Hunting and Fishing license and Endorsements