Miller Realty

Wildlife Properties
Miller Realty
P.O. Box 74
Bald Knob, Arkansas  72010

James H. Miller

501-278-1865  Mobile & Voice
501-724-8837  Office & Home

Site Design:  Oxbow Creations

rduckt.gif - 4.84 K 2004-2005 Migratory Bird
Hunting Season
lduckt.gif - 4.82 K

November 20 - December 5, 2004
December 17 - December 24, 2004
December 26, 2004 - January 30, 2005


Bag Limits:

Duck hunters will be allowed no more than four mallards of which only one mallard may be a hen.  The daily bag limit may also contain one pintail, three mottled ducks, three scaup, two wood ducks, two redheads, one black duck and one canvasback, but no more than a total of six ducks.

The youth waterfowl hunt will be held December 11-12, 2004.

Pintail seasons will be November 20, to November 28, 2004 and January 10 to January 30, 2005.  Canvasback season will be January 1, to January 30, 2005.

Migratory bird hunters in Arkansas, 16 years and older, are required to carry proof of Arkansas Harvest Information Program (HIP) registration when hunting ducks, geese, doves, coots, woodcocks, snipe, rails, gallinules or moorhens. Available at no charge, HIP registration can be obtained by completing a short survey found at license dealers, Game and Fish Commission offices or by logging on to and clicking on License Information.

For more information about the HIP program, click here.

Gun Plug Requirements: Shotguns must be incapable of holding more than three shells in the magazine and chamber combined.

To report bird bands. call toll free 1-800-327-BAND (2263). The operator will ask for the band number and how, when and where it was recovered. You will receive a Certificate of Appreciation with information about the bird. The band is yours to keep. You can also report bird bands using the Internet.
The web address is

Please Report Bird Bands

Call toll-free 1-800-327-BAND.  Operators will be on duty 7 days a week 24 hours a day during the hunting season to take your calls.  The operator will want to know the band number and how, when and where it was recovered.  You will receive a Certificate of Appreciation with information about the bird. The band is yours to keep.  You can also report bird bands using the Internet.  The web address is

Duck boat operators are subject to the same laws regarding registration, running lights, licensing and life jackets as the operators of other kinds of boats.  For further information, call the Boating Safety Office at 1-501-223-6379.


No person shall take migratory gamebirds

…with trap, snare, net, rifle, pistol, swivel gun, shotgun larger than 10 gauge, punt gun, battery gun, machine gun, fishhook, poison, drug, explosive, or stupefying substance;

…with a shotgun capable of holding more than three shells, unless it is plugged with a one-piece filler which is incapable of removal without disassembling the gun;

…by the aid of baiting (placing feed such as corn, wheat, salt or other feed to constitute a lure or enticement), on or over any baited area. Hunters should be aware that a baited area is considered to be baited for 10 days after the removal of bait, and it is not necessary for the hunter to know the area is baited to be in violation.

Closed season: No person shall take migratory game birds during the closed season.

Shooting hours: No person shall take migratory game birds except during the hours open to shooting as prescribed.

Daily limit:  No person shall take in any one calendar day more than one daily bag limit.

Field possession limit: No person shall possess more than one daily limit while in the field or while returning from the field to his car, hunting camp, home, etc.

Wanton waste: All migratory game birds killed or crippled shall be retrieved, if possible, and retained in the custody of the hunter in the field.

Tagging: No person shall give, put or leave any migratory game birds at any place or in the custody of another person unless the birds are tagged by the hunter with the following information: name and address, the total number of birds of each species and the date of kill. No person or business shall receive or have in custody any migratory game birds belonging to another person unless such birds are properly tagged.

Dressing: No person shall completely field dress any migratory game bird (except doves and band-tailed pigeons) and then transport the birds from the field. The head or one fully-feathered wing must remain attached to all such birds while being transported from the field to one’s home or to a commercial preservation facility.

Shot requirements: Nontoxic shot is required while hunting duck, goose, merganser or coot. The possession of shot other than steel, tungsten, bismuth-tin is prohibited while hunting these species.

Shot size: No person shall possess or use steel shot larger than size T or lead shot larger than BB while hunting migratory game birds.

Complete federal regulations are available by contacting the
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service at 501-324-5643.


If you hunt geese, dove, ducks, coots, rail, gallinules, snipe or woodcocks,
you must carry proof of HIP registration this hunting season.


Thank you for visiting Wildlife Properties! We have some of the best Duck Hunting property for Sale in the Flyway. Hundreds of thousands of Ducks and Geese land on these properties. This is duck hunting at it's best. We also have Hundreds of thousands of snow geese that use these hunting tracks. Also Whitetail Deer, Squirrel, and Wild Boar are plentiful. We have been bringing together sellers and buyers of fine Hunting properties in Arkansas for over 25 years! In 1996 we listed and sold over 3,400 acres of Arkansas' finest hunting tracts...pushing us over 20,000 acres sold. Most of our tracts have river or lake frontage and many of them adjoin a state or federal wildlife management area. Arkansas's finest duck hunting.

elkbann.gif - 47.61 K
Click Here

Arkansas Land For Sale

Links to our Affiliates

Hunting T Shirts
Unable to Connect to DatabaseCan't connect to local MySQL server through socket '/var/lib/mysql/mysql.sock' (2)