Located in the Bootheel of Missouri, Dirty Rice Outfitters has thousands of privately owned flooded rice and soybean field acreage as well as some of the best privately owned flooded green timber that Southeast Missouri & Northeast Arkansas has to offer to make your hunting trip a success! We are located between the Mississippi and St.Francis River, and every year hundreds of hunters trust Dirty Rice Outfitters to make their waterfowl hunting dreams a reality. For 15+ years we have proven successful hunts and memories that last a lifetime! Let us show you what DRO is all about. Don't wait - spots for the 2019-20 season are already scheduling. Book your hunt today!
Dirty Rice Outfitters is the only local Outfitter in the Bootheel of Missouri. Three counties (Pemiscot, Dunklin, & New Madrid) make up the "Bootheel" or what a lot of people call Southeast Missouri. We have been guiding since 1999 when some of the very first rice fields were introduced here. Dirty Rice Outfitters is the ONLY guide service in this area that is 100% local - our entire crew was born and bred here. We do it all on our private and family owned property so when it comes to flight patterns, knowing what the birds are doing, weather, and how birds will cooperate, or what the birds will or won't do, we are the BEST in the business here in Southeast Missouri. We have five main refuges within 30 miles of us - one of them being Big Lake WMA which is only about 5 miles from our lodge. It's also the second largest refuge in the nation for waterfowl, usually holding up to 1.5 million birds during our season.
Dirty Rice Outfitters
JD is the owner and operator of Dirty Rice Outfitters. He grew up in the Bootheel of Southeast Missouri and knows this ground better than anyone. Spending over half of his life as a Professional Waterfowl Guide and call maker, JD expands his knowledge to thousands of visitors of Dirty Rice Outfitters every year. He has duck hunted from the Mississippi to the St. Francis River, south to the Hornersville Swamp, and all the flooded rice and bean fields in between.