Additional Information /
Policies & Procedures
What to Bring On Your Hunt
Suitable warm, dry, dull or camouflage hunting clothing and hats
Chest waders are preferred – however hip waders will be sufficient for pit and blind hunts – knee high rubber boots may not keep you dry!
Plugged 12- or 20-gauge shotgun with a soft case for transport to the blinds
Blind bag for your personal belongings and ammunition
Non-toxic shot – Note: We have Boss 12ga 3” 1-1/2 oz #3/5 & Boss 20ga 3” 1-1/8 oz copper coated ammunition available for sale on site.
Arkansas resident or non-resident small game hunting license, Arkansas resident or non-resident Waterfowl Hunting Stamp and HIP registration, and a Federal Migratory Bird Hunting and Conservation Stamp (Duck Stamp). Note: Hunters born after January 1, 1969, must carry proof of hunter education training.
Waterfowl Season Information
The Arkansas Game and Fish Commission sets the waterfowl season dates and limits at their annual meeting in April. Information on Arkansas waterfowl hunting may be found here: https://www.agfc.com/en/hunting/migratory-birds/waterfowl/
The Elms Policies & Practices
The Elms requests that all clients are 100% compliant with all state and federal regulations. Shooting over the limit will not be tolerated. Be respectful of one another and take care to keep each hunters’ birds separate and identifiable in the field. When not in the possession of the taker, ducks and geese will be tagged according to the law.
Arkansas Hunting License
The Elms requires that all clients have a hunting license. Obtain online at: https://ar-web.s3licensing.com/
Please purchase you license, stamps and registration prior to arrival to insure you will be able to hunt! We are required to document that each hunter has everything is in order, so be prepared to show us copies of all your information.
Hunting Client Questionnaire
Hunting License and Personal Information