Flooded Green Timber
If you’ve ever dreamed of hunting the famed flooded timber of Arkansas, Slick’s Stuttgart Hunting Club is your prime destination.
Located in the Mississippi Flyway, Slick’s is just 10 miles West of Stuttgart, bordered between Bayou Meto and the Big Ditch in the heart of the Grand Prairie, where millions of waterfowl migrate for the winter.
The Stuttgart Hunting Club’s property has 1200 acres of privately owned, flooded green timber. Under our waterfowl management program, 450 acres of the property is used as a rest area. Portions of the rest area contain rice, soybeans, and corn, which ensure ducks will have enough food to remain on the McCollum property throughout the season.
We limit the number of hunters in the woods so that holes can be rested and rotated as needed. We only offer morning hunts in an effort to lower hunting pressure.
Legends in Arkansas Waterfowling
The McCollum Family has played an active role in the history of duck hunting on the Grand Prairie. Our namesake, Kenneth "Slick" McCollum (left), won the World’s Championship Duck Calling contest in 1939.
Year of Establishment
Generation Owned & Operated
Excerpt from The Arkansas Duck Hunter's Almanac
The McCollum Family-A Stuttgart Tradition