Waterfowl Hunts

Come to where the mallards are all season and experience world class waterfowl hunting in Kansas!

We want to form a relationship with clients and become your go-to east-central Kansas outfitter!
Year after year, hunt after hunt! We can’t wait to make memories with ya’ll!

What’s Included?

  • $200/day/person with lodging included
  • Cleaning and bagging of game included (one wing or head kept attached for legal transport)
  • Completely guided: decoys, blinds and calling included and provided

How We Hunt

  • Hunting ducks and geese over large field spreads of full bodies, socks, silhouettes and shell decoys
  • Hunting ducks and geese over combo full body and floater spreads on cattle ponds and large watershed ponds
  • We run A-frame or layout blinds depending on conditions and/or client preference

Where We Hunt

  • We hunt on 30,000 acres
  • Our hunt area is based out of Lyndon, KS, within 10 miles of Melvern Lake, Pomona Lake and the Flint Hills National Wildlife Refuge
  • This area holds huge numbers of ducks (mallards, pintails and wigeons), and geese (Canadas, speckle belly and snows)


  • Open dates on WEEKENDS ONLY (some exceptions – just reach out and we’ll do our best to accommodate your schedule)
  • All weekends in November are already booked
  • Open dates for WEEKENDS in December, January and February
  • Some spring snow goose dates are available, but booking up fast (inquire for availability)
Dax Baker

Dax Baker

Head Waterfowl Guide

Dax is a relentless waterfowl hunter with a passion for putting people on hunts they won’t soon forget. He cut his teeth hunting public land in the Arkansas River bottoms of western Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma. He’s chased ducks and geese for 25 years across Arkansas, Oklahoma, Missouri and Kansas. He’s banded ducks with Ducks Unlimited at Oak Hammock Marsh in Winnipeg, Canada, and in eastern Arkansas at Five Oaks Lodge where he also studied waterfowl and wetland conservation, ecology, and biology. Won his first 12 gauge when he was 11 years old by coming in first at an adult open duck calling contest in Paris, Arkansas. “I approach waterfowl hunting a little different than other hunters. Scouting is key, everybody knows that. When scouting and I see a field or waterbody being utilized by numbers of ducks and/or geese, I don’t stop there. It gets my brain thinking about the “why”? Why are these birds using that particular habitat? What food sources are they utilizing, row crop or natural browse? One species of duck/goose or several? Are they being driven by weather or hunting pressure? I take a deep dive into understanding all those pieces of the puzzle as a tool to help me put together the best plan of attack to ensure the highest probability of success for harvest.” Day in and day out he puts in the work to ensure our clients have the best experience possible during their time at Lazy J Outfitters. Check out his Instagram (@daxbake) for a sample of what clients can look forward to at the end of a hunt.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • A 50% non-refundable deposit will be required for booking
  • Meals are not included, but can be requested for an additional charge
  • Our lodge has a fully furnished kitchen and grill for use
  • Grocery stores and restaurants are within a 15-minutes driving distance
What to bring
  • Gun: 3 round max plugged shotgun (recommend 12 or 20 gauge)
  • Ammo: Approximately one box of shells per hunt. 3-inch 2’s – 5’s for duck and 3-inch BB 2’s – 3.5’s BB for goose

Clothing: It is best to come prepared for a range of weather types. Our temperatures can range from 15 to 50 degrees. Bring layers that are added or removed as temperature changes to stay comfortable. Highly recommend outerwear to be 100% water proof.

  • Camo coat, hat and warm clothing
  • Warm, waterproof gloves
  • Camo rain gear (we will hunt in all conditions, please come prepared)
  • Face mask
  • Ear plugs
  • Head lamp
  • Blind bags
  • White beanie or face mask (if snow is in the forecast)
  • Extra socks
  • Sunglasses
  • Extra clothes for after the hunt

Other items to bring:

  • Camera
  • Cooler for transporting birds
  • Hunting license
Licensing Requirements

Waterfowl licenses must be on your person during all hunts.

  1. State of Kansas hunting license (non-resident or resident)
  2. State of Kansas waterfowl stamp
  3. State of Kansas HIP stamp
  4. Federal waterfowl stamp
About Our Hunts
  • Our waterfowl hunts will typically be morning hunts
  • Morning hunts usually last until mid-morning (10:30-11 AM)
  • Evening hunts can be available depending on bird activity, morning hunt success and hunter preference
  • Evening hunts will be dependent on the hunt group’s decision (we want you to hunt as long as you want, or until daily bag limits are reached)
  • February goose hunts include one hunt per day. Generally a morning hunt, but can be variable based on bird patterns
  • Guests are welcome to help set-up/tear down spreads and blinds but are not required to

Airports: Commercial Airlines

  • Wichita Dwight D. Eisenhower National Airport: ICT – Wichita, KS (Our location is approximately 1 hour 35 minutes from the airport
  • Kansas City International Airport: KCI – Kansas City, MO (Our location is approximately 1.5 hours from the airport

Guide Gratuity

Tipping your guide is not required but it is typical to tip your guide 10-20%. Your guide will appreciate a tip and any feedback you have for them. It’s ultimately left up to the hunters when and if to tip their guide. See link for more information: Tipping Guide

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