Virginia Duck Hunting Guides & Outfitters
3788 Main St
Chincoteague Island, VA 23336
Andy Linton, a native of Virginia’s Eastern Shore, has been guiding hunting parties since 1965. Featured in Disappearing Delmarva - Portraits of the Peninsula People, The Washington Post, the television program “Virginia Outdoor Life”, and local newspapers. He is well respected and known as the Eastern Shore’s most experienced hunting guide. Licensed by the United States Coast Guard as a Master Captain, he provides a personal touch and is the sole guide for this business. His return
P.O. Box 12
Sanford, VA 23426
For 40 years, Grayson Chesser has been carving decoys and conducting hunts on Virginia's historic Eastern Shore. The timeless landscape, ocean, and bay, have been his inspiration... make them yours too. Won't you consider hunting with us, or taking home a fine decoy? Holden Creek Gun Club is located on Virginia's Eastern Shore, in one of the last undeveloped and most historic areas on the East Coast. The club is on a farm that has been in Grayson's family for over a hundred years. Grayson and
No Street Listed
Chesapeake, VA 23320
We would like to be your host(s) this fall/winter for a memorable special hunt in Eastern Virginia. Shoot more - Shoot more often.
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Mallards can rise "straight up" 30-36 feet if its necessary to clear tree tops. Once the duck is in flight they can reach speeds of up to 70 feet per second
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Shotguns Need to be Plugged for Doves, Ducks, Geese and More...

Virginia Hunters are reminded that they need to have their shotguns plugged for dove, crow, ducks, brant, geese, swan, coot, gallinules, rail, snipe, and woodcock. The new unplugged shotgun rule does not apply to dove and other migratory fowl listed. Many shotgunners falsely think the plugs are now just for waterfowl. For details refer to 2008-2009 Hunting and Trapping in Virginia - Regulations digest.