Costs to hunt at Megabucks
$350 Per Person, Daily
50% DEPOSIT REQUIRED AT BOOKING
Payment in FULL UPON ARRIVAL
Check-In is anytime AFTER 4:00PM on the day before you hunt.
Check-out is 1:00PM on the day of your last hunt.
Duck Hunting time is from 30 minutes prior to sunrise until 11am.
THERE WILL BE A FEE OF $100 PER DAY PER PERSON FOR EACH NON HUNTER
At NO ADDITIONAL COST, you have the option to go on an afternoon un-guided pass-shoot goose hunt (similar to a dove hunt; no blinds, no decoys, walking only)
For an additional $100 per day per hunter, afternoon deer hunting can be added.
A party of 4 ensures your own private lodge, blind and hunt; smaller parties and individuals will be combined.
CHECK-IN IS ANYTIME AFTER 4:00PM ON THE DAY BEFORE YOU HUNT.
CHECK OUT IS 1:00PM ON THE DAY OF YOUR LAST HUNT
Annual hunting and fishing licenses go on sale June 1 each year and expire June 30 of the following year.
Hunting licenses may be purchased online or by telephone using Visa or MasterCard. Call toll free 1-888-765-2602. An authorization number for immediate use will be provided and licenses will be mailed to the licensee. A SERVICE FEE IS CHARGED.
HIP CERTIFICATION All persons hunting migratory game birds (mourning doves, ducks, geese, woodcock, rails, snipe, coots or gallinules) in Louisiana must be HIP certified in addition to their appropriate licenses.
LIFETIME HUNTING LICENSES are available only through the Baton Rouge Office. To expedite issuance make payment in the form of cash or money order. For additional information call (225) 765-2887.
HUNTER CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
All persons born on or after September 1, 1969, must show proof of satisfactorily completing a Hunter Safety course approved by LDWF to purchase a Basic Hunting License. EXCEPT any active or veteran member of the United States armed services or any POST-certified law enforcement officer, application for the exemption shall be filed in person at the Department of Wildlife and Fisheries main office building in the city of Baton Rouge. However, a person younger than 16 years of age may hunt without such certificate if he is accompanied by and is under the direct supervision of a person 18 years of age or older EXCEPT during a statewide youth deer hunt, the youth must have satisfactorily completed a Hunter safety course approved by LDWF to participate. For course information, call (225)765-2932 or any Regional Office.
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