Welcome to Megabucks Louisiana Duck Guides
Megabucks Louisiana Duck Guides takes hunting seriously! It’s not a sport or hobby that we do on the weekends, it’s a way of life. Johnny Wink has owned and operated Megabucks Louisiana Duck Guides since 1979. As an experienced guide, Johnny has amazed countless hunters dating back to his teenage years. “When hunters come to Megabucks, not only will they be given our personal touch, they will learn about down-home Louisiana culture. Read More
The Premier Duck Hunting Club in Jones, LA
Whether you’re a seasoned hunter of many decades or you’re looking to share a first time hunting experience with your younger, aspiring marksman, Megabucks Duck Guides welcomes you! It’s our goal to provide you with a unique and exciting experience as you hunt waterfowl in the most prolific region of the United States: beautiful Northeastern Louisiana, beneath the coveted Mississippi Flyway.
Visiting Megabucks Duck Guides is unlike any other experience you’ll have at a hunting lodge in Jones, LA. We strive to provide a down-home atmosphere that’s welcoming to hunters of any caliber, and any group of people regardless of age, gender or experience. Four the past four decades we’ve gone out of our way to make sure every single one of our guests leaves happy, with a great story to tell about their time spent with us.
A prolific hunting experience
At Megabucks Duck Guides, we provide world class waterfowl hunts and our pit blinds are second-to-none. We’ve cultivated an area that offers prolific exposure to ducks and waterfowl of all types—including fully-plumed ducks on the wintering grounds, such as bull sprigs and speckle-bellies, for which the region is renowned.
With five unique blinds to hunt from and seasoned guides to help you have the experience that’s ideal for you, your time spent in the field is time that you’re guaranteed to enjoy. Hunting retriever dogs are also welcome and are provided with a dry, clean kennel during their stay. Dogs are not allowed inside the lodges.
When you come to Megabucks Duck Guides for a true hunting experience, you’ll have access to more than 6,000 acres of private land holdings. Even guests who hunt with us multiple times will love the new experience they get each time as they explore 1,400 acres of flooded rice, corn and bean fields for ducks, and over 5,000 acres of dry fields for geese!
Unlike some other hunting lodges in the Mississippi Flyway, there’s no need to rough it at Megabucks Duck Guides! We provide you with every amenity you need to live comfortably and happily while you’re with us. From well-kept lodgings to full kitchens and an array of other conveniences, when you’re not in the blind you’re enjoying the finest comforts available! Our grounds feature two full-service lodges, with 12 beds in the main lodge and 8 in our newly established camp.
Both lodges include full kitchens however you must provide your own food and drinks and must do your own cooking. You can also drive 20 minutes to the cafe in town if you don’t want to spend your time cooking.
We also offer nothing short of the finest care and lodging for your trusted hunting dogs as well! Our hunting club in Jones, LA features fully-covered kennels that will keep your trusted companion comfortable and clean overnight.
Looking for a place to set up shop and clean your catch? Our facilities feature cleaning machines for you to clean your own birds, or if you would prefer to pay to have them cleaned, our resident duck plucker right next door is available if you’d rather spend your downtime relaxing and conversing with other hunters! Pull up a spot at our Texas-style fire pit, hit the 6-person hot tub or rack up a friendly game of pool or foosball in our rec room, complete with a 65-inch TV.
Weekdays: You can schedule one or more days hunting.
$350 Per Person, Daily
50% DEPOSIT REQUIRED AT BOOKING
Payment in FULL UPON ARRIVAL
Party of 4
I have listened to my hunters and we don´t mix the groups with strangers, therefore a party of 4 ensures your own private lodge. We have two lodges, main lodge sleeps 12 and second lodge sleeps 8. We make sure you won´t stay with other hunters.
Book your spot today!
Peak duck season generally lasts for about 60 days, which means reservations for Megabucks Duck Guides fill up fast! If you’re looking to make this hunting season one to remember, don’t waste another second in planning: call us today to make sure you have a spot in one of our blinds—we guarantee you’ll be delighted with your decision.
- We’re a proud member of Ducks Unlimited and Delta Waterfowl.
- We’re members of the National Rifle Association.
- Louisiana seasonally overwinters an estimated 9 million duck per year!
- We have top-quality blinds, each outfitted with a number of critical amenities.
- We’ve been hunting ducks since 1976!
Johnny Wink runs a 1st rate guide service at Mega Bucks, the lodging is great the blinds are 1st class and for a duck camp the enviorment is friendly. The best part about Mega Bucks is that if you go on his web site and read how he does things it says it all there is no second guessing what to expect when you get there it is all up front and above board. Not many places that offer duck guide services will allow you to take your on dog but with Johnny he will gladly leave his dog in the kennel and let your dog to the job. I hunted all winter with Johnny and found him to be strait up and very professional and one of the most knowledgeable duck hunters i have ever been around, my hats off to his guide service and to him. Billy Townsend, West Monroe La. P.S. Just remember that when you deal with the variety of people that Johnny does you can’t please everyone everytime!
I have hunted ducks for over 25 years, but had never gone goose hunting. Sure, I have killed a stray goose or two that came too close to where I was duck hunting, but had no idea how to set up or call specifically for geese. I had even hunted with a guide “down the road” from Megabucks place on a duck hunt and killed a few specs and a real pretty eagle’s head (blue). THIS was a whole new experience. Our krewe went for the early season spec hunt. What a GREAT way to kick off the waterfowl season. Teal are nice, but THIS was really great…. and more meat in one man’s 2 geese limit than a 4 man limit of 4 teal each! The calling was SO critical to our success. It’s nice to have a great location like Johnny has, but his knowledge of when to call and “what to say” was very impressive. I just wish that we could have killed more than two apiece/day! It was a real treat getting to bring my dog as well. His blinds are HUGE with nice dog boxes on either end. It was warm enough that we did not need the heaters that he has throughout the blind. We had a good time at the lodge. It was great watching some of his collection of duck hunting DVD’s on the huge TV. It was a nice way to get us really pumped up for the morning hunt. I was a little worried that we would be disappointed with the hunt after watching the super hunts on the videos, but fortunately, that did NOT happen. I only wish we could have had someone filming our hunt so I could have watched it again and again. We had some great “in your face” action. I can’t wait for this Fall to get here so we can get our group together and do it again. It’s my krewe’s new tradition for starting off the year right! Megabucks and Johnny helped make a lot of great memories for our group! Johnny is quite entertaining between flights of birds. I think he could make a good living writing when he decides to hang up his calls.
Johnny provides a quality duck and goose hunting opportunity, and is an entertaining guide. Johnny works hard to put you on the birds. I’ve hunted with Johnny the last 2 Thanksgivings, and have had great hunts each time. Last year, Johnny worked to get my 2 teenage nephews birds on their first duck hunt. One has a beautiful widgeon and the other an awesome GWT headed for the wall. Johnny’s fee is comparable to other guides in the area, but his also includes lodging and the afternoon goose hunt. If you get there early enough the day before your scheduled duck hunt, you actually get 3 hunts for the price of 1 – the first afternoon goose hunt, the morning duck hunt, and the 2nd afternoon goose hunt. All but one speck was flying high for my nephews and myself, but they enjoyed the experience and have already been asking me about the 2010 hunt. This has become an annual hunt for the guys at Thanksgiving. The “lodge” is Johnny’s house, but we found the bunk room to be adequate and clean. The game room had the smell of cigars, but that’s the only place in the lodge that you’re allowed to smoke, so we expected that and were fine with it. I’ve always looked at the lodge from a hunter’s perspective and not from that of a housewife, and have found no issues with it. The kitchen was clean, and we had plenty of room to stash our groceries in the refrigerator. I didn’t know that Johnny had a “best blind”. I guess I’m going to have to make sure that I’m in that one. I’ve been there on 2 occasions, and birds were killed from both blinds the day before and the day of my hunts. We had 5 in the blind, and there was plenty of room for more. And if 6 people are killing 20+ birds, I call that a successful hunt. On each hunt, both blinds had guides and dogs – and BIRDS! I trusted Johnny with my nephews’ first duck hunting experiences, and both are excited to return to the lodge and the blind.