1.-  What forms of payment do you accept at PT Huting Club for items paid for after the hunt is over?


• Personal Checks        • Cash



3.- Do you have any service charges or administration fees based with accepting credit cards or personal checks?

2.- What items normally require payment after the hunt is over?


After the hunt is over the most common payment are:

Hunting Licence $250.        Shells $15 per box.

Shotgun rent $55 a day.      Gun Permit $250 per person.





There is a service charge of 7.5 % on credit cards.



4.- How much do you charge for ammunition per box?


$15 per Box on Duck Loads #4 and 6

$15  per Box on Dove Loads #7 ½

5.- How much do you charge for gun rental?

The charge per day for gun rental is $55.

6.- How much are shotgun Import fees at your Countries destination?

The Shotgun Import Fee is  $250 per permit.

7.- How many shotguns can each hunter bring?

8.- How much are hunting licenses?

The hunting licence is $250, and is for the entire hunting season.

Two shotguns, and for taking your guns  (into Mexico) the only thing you need to send is the hunting contract and copy of your passport, We will do the rest.

Gun transportation permit is ready 8 days after submitting copy of passport



9.- Please supply the lodge phone number in case a hunter’s family needs to contact them in case of an emergency?

011 52 66 81 73 11 17

10.- Do you offer internet access?  Is it wireless?  Do you charge for this service?

We have internet access on the bussiness center, we have wireless and the service is free.

11.- Do you have the 2016 - 2017 Season dates set yet?  If so, what are they?

Hunting season for Duck and Dove runs from November 1st  until March 15.

12.- Do you have the 2016 - 2017 Bag Limits dates set yet?  If applicable, what are they?


No special clothing is necessary for hunting in Mexico. While in most cases your feet will never get wet when duck hunting, it is suggested that you have waterproof boots as you may encounter a little mud.

Subdued colors like khaki or camo are the preferred dress for both dove and duck hunting. Blue jeans are fine too. Sneakers or other lightweight shoes are great for dove hunts as are any normal hunting boots. Bring footwear that you are comfortable in.

Midwinter hunts may occasionally require rain gear but this is rare. Waterproof or water resistant waterfowl gear will work just fine. A light jacket and hunting vest with shell pouch is useful in the morning and during the airboat rides to the blind.

Be sure to pack your camera, video camera, hunting caps, hats, sun glasses, sunscreen, lip balm, insect repellant, hearing protection, small pen type flashlight and duck calls and duck strap (optional).




During the hunting season, temperatures range from 45°F-60°F in the morning to 80°F at mid-day


Our professional services include the most experienced and professional hunting guides, the best birdboys and airboat operators in the field. Our on-site gunsmith, game cleaners, maid service, barman and chef are dedicated to your total satisfaction. We will process your gun permits and hunting licenses after your reservation. If you are planning to travel in your favorite plane, our expert agent will help you clear customs swiftly. He will also process all required paperwork for your plane upon arrival and departure



Considering that most all of our hunting is done within 30-40 minutes of the lodge, and that no walking is required except on our quail hunts, and there are no real long drives to the shooting areas.  As a consequence, we are able to accommodate all physical levels, including the elderly and those with health problems. Each shooting area will have a chair for the hunter, at least one bird boy, to assist the hunter, carry his gun and load hunter gun if desired.  Should the client tire after shooting for 30 to 60 minutes, he/she can be transported back to the Lodge.



For more information contact:

Alejandra Alcaraz

(915) 288-8535

Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico

For more information contact:

Alejandra Alcaraz

(915) 288-8535

Los Mochis, Sinaloa, Mexico