If there was a guided duck hunting experience that reliably impresses our extended list of die hard waterfowlers, it would be our field hunts for mallards and pintails. This is really Manitoba duck hunting at its finest. Our entire outfitting territory is littered with a supreme combination of water and forage, offering migrating ducks a Valhalla of comfort, security, and a limitless food supply. Whether it’s on early season peas, mid season barley, or late season corn, we consistently encounter the replenishments of a northerly push, which can often reveal boundless swarms of unschooled dabbling ducks. Our field hunts for mallards and pintails are a magnet for those looking to witness the unimaginable, and it can all be seen from the comfortable confines of a willow blind or Ghillie blanket. If timing is on your side, a flight of over 10,000 birds could likely become reality. Our field hunting phenomenon can be an open door for mallards from mid September to early November with prominent numbers of pintails usually in the area until early October.