Hills Farms

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Hills Farms



Rated 1 out of 5.0 based on 3 Outfitter reviews.

Location: Newport, Arkansas

Species Hunted: Ducks, Geese

State(s) Hunted: AR

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Submitted by: Jesse W

Review Submitted: Dec 29, 2010

Hunt Date: Dec 27, 2010

Species Hunted: Ducks, Geese

Days Hunted: 3

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Farmland

Method: Shotgun

Price Range: 0-499

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Brad Hill is a liar and a thief. His website is a

Just a warning for others out there. Do not use Brad Hill and Hills farm out of Amagaon as your guide service. He is a liar an a thief. My dad and I went here on a 3 day trip. When we called Brad ad asked questions he told us many lies. We asked if there was timber to hunt and said yes. Also said you would not hunt the same blind 2 days in a row. There website says there is over 10 miles of land to hunt on. All of this was a lie. When we got there we were pretty excited because talking to people, there were a lot of ducks in the area. As we started talking with our guide for those 3 days, we found that there was no timber on the property. We also were told that the pit we were in was going to be the blind we would be in for 3 days as well. This would be fine if there were ducks using this hole. The first day we sat sun up to sun down and shot 5. We only missed one. All but one were pass shots. I understand the guide can not control the ducks, that is not what we were mad at. Brad Hill leases the land and his hunting club from Alabama hunt it. While we were hunting the last pit on the land, his members were shooting quite a bit. In fact, they parked their vehicles 100 yards from our blind so they wouldn't scare their ducks away, but not worry about the paying customer. They proceeded to hunt the blind closest to us and break ice with their 4 wheeler for about an hour. No ducks came in site of this place. Our guide was a 19 year old kid from Illinois. He has only been hunting for 2 years. Put it this way, he could not call me to supper he was that bad. The worst thing about our guide was when we had singles or doubles come in, his gun would be the first one up trying to shoot. Good thing he did not have the best shot, otherwise we may have gotten much less that the 6 ducks we managed to get. The only good thing he did was change the decoys around when the wind changed. Day 2 we shot 1 teal on a pass shot. Lots of geese flew over, but no goose decoys like promised. On the morning of day 2 our guide was 20 minutes late. On day 3 we waited for 45 minutes and our guide never arrived. We had stayed in Stuttgart the night before so had to get up pretty early to get there. We decided to just head back to Wisconsin and not deal with that BS anymore. Brad Hill called us later in the morning apologizing for his guide being late. He gave us the guides number to call, but we were on the road. We texted the guide telling him how we felt. His respose was should have been here, got 4 ducks already. No apology, nothing. Some may be mad I am posting this on here, but wanted to warn anyone who would even consider ths rip off of a guide.


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Submitted by: Dusty Gaskins

Review Submitted: Dec 11, 2010

Hunt Date: Aug 8, 2012

Species Hunted: Ducks

Days Hunted: 2

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain: Farmland

Method: Shotgun

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Mallardmasters.com Total SCAM

Everything on the Web-site is a lie made up to pay for Brad hills Leased blinds.No large decoy spreads,no meals provided, and was put in a pit blind that his guide told us had been hunted four days straight. Total scam don't waste your time or money on Brad Hill or his scam he is running.


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Submitted by: Josh Tawes

Review Submitted: Dec 10, 2010

Hunt Date: Dec 10, 2010

Species Hunted: Ducks, Geese

Days Hunted: 3

Hunt Type: Guided

Primary Terrain:

Method: Shotgun

Price Range:

met expectations Number of animals seen, met expectations?

did not met expectations Size of animals seen, met expections?

did not met expectations Hunting pressure in the guides area, met expectations?

did not met expectations Would you hunt with this Guide again?

Brad Hill is Liar and a Thief

Brad Hill is a liar, promised the world did not deliver. He is a coward left the guides try to clean up his mess. Beware do not use this service regardless of price, it is a complete ripoff.


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