Arkansas Specklebelly Goose Hunts

That un-mistakable laughter in the air as you look skyward. For most people they have no clue what species of waterfowl may be flying above, but to even the youngest waterfowler, these laughs are the sound of the white-fronted goose. Or to most people a specklebelly goose. Named after their white-front above the bill or the speckling of their belly, these geese, when you hear the distinct sound and laughter cause a hunters adrenaline to start flowing.

Specklebelly Hunting

These specklebelly geese tend to be very wild and not tolerant of any human interaction, causing them to be one of the most sought after geese for any waterfowler’s trophy room. Even though these highly prized geese are tough to hunt, Mike Bogy of Flying Feathers Guide Service has been one of the few that has mastered the calling and successfully hunting these white-fronted geese. As a professional goose hunting guide and call maker, Mike has fine-tuned his specklebelly calling throughout the years, placing all his clients on amazing guided goose hunts.

If you’re looking for an opportunity to hunt these elusive and prized geese, contact Mike at Flying Feathers for your next guided goose hunt. Leave the scouting and calling to Mike, and worry about the shooting and watching those feathers fly!

Key to a Successful Hunt

Our location is key. You will not find another guide service with a sweeter spot than we have at Flying Feathers Guide Service! We are in the heart of the best duck hunting in the south.
When you book your guided hunt with us you are booking a hunt with over 3,000 acres of options to hunt. The guides at Flying Feathers Guide Service are local guys with lifetimes of experience in Arkansas waterfowl hunts. The effort given by our guides will not be outdone.

What to Expect at Flying Feathers

When hunting with Flying Feathers Guide Service, you should expect a laid back and enjoyable hunt. Our guides enjoy the fellowship as much as the kill. We can tell stories and jokes, laugh and carry on in the blind. When the ducks get close and your guide is calling you should have your faces tight and ready to shoot when your guide calls the shot. We like to call the shots because it gives everyone ample opportunity to shoot and it will increase the chance of taking more than one bird at a time. However, it is your hunt and as long as safety isn’t a concern and you think you can kill, go ahead and get some!

Blue, Snow, Ross, White-fronted

  • Oct. 31-Nov. 16, 2020
  • Nov. 21-Dec. 4, 2020
  • Dec. 6, 2020-Jan. 31, 2021

Light Goose Conservation Order

  • Oct. 3-30, 2020
  • Nov. 17-20, 2020
  • Feb. 1-5, 2021
  • Feb. 7-April 25, 2021

Our policy at Flying Feathers Guide Service is the following:

  • All deposits are needed to hold your date – deposits are non-refundable
  • Balance for your hunt must be paid 30 days prior to arrival – no exceptions to keep your hunt dates
    • November hunts are due October 1st
    • December hunts are due November 1st
    • January hunts are due December 1st
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    Frequently Asked Questions

    Arkansas Hunting License Cost and Where to Buy?

    The state of Arkansas requires all hunters to purchase a small game hunting license and both a state and federal waterfowl stamp to hunt migratory birds in Arkansas.

    • Resident Wildlife Conservation License – $10.50
    • Arkansas Waterfowl Stamp – Resident – $7.00
    • Nonresident 5-Day Small Game Hunting License – $70.00
    • Arkansas Waterfowl Stamp – Nonresident – $70.00
    • Federal Duck Stamp – $25.00

    Do I Need to Bring Waders?

    Many clients ask if they need waders for their hunt. If you do not wish to bring waders, you will be just fine in our blinds and pits. We will take care of all the wet work and let you keep dry. However if you feel comfortable bringing and wearing your waders, then you are more than welcome.

    Do I Need Decoys?

    No, Flying Feathers Guide Service will accommodate all your decoy needs. We have our decoys strategically placed throughout the year. We want you to focus on the hunt rather than the decoys.

    What Type of Terrain Do You Hunt?

    We hunt mainly fields and harvested crop fields. We do get into some timber and tree line edges from time to time, but majority of our hunts are in the fields.

    What Type of Blinds – Above Ground or Pits?

    We have above ground blinds that are brushed in to look natural to the birds above. We have plenty of room for our hunters and guests.

    What Size of Groups Can You Accommodate?

    We have many blinds most are 20-45ft in length and we like to have 4-5 to a blind. However we can accommodate your groups size, some groups as large as 8.


    If it is your first or just one of many waterfowl hunts, we have made a list of items to make sure you bring on your next adventure.



    With a wide variety of hunting outfitters to choose from we know it can be hard. We can proudly say our clients trust us for a reason!



    When planning your next hunt, make sure you check on the waterfowl season dates here in Arkansas.