Honey Brake, in the Louisiana delta region, is a 20,000+ acre agriculture, wetland and swamp wildlife haven. On the banks of sparkling Larto Lake, Honey Brake is home to an unparalleled array of outdoor recreational opportunities and rustically luxurious accommodations all on one hauntingly beautiful property.
For the avid outdoorsman, Honey Brake offers world class hunting for ducks, geese & doves, along with big southern whitetail deer, alligators and wild hogs. Bass, Crappie and bow fishing too can be combined with a 15 Station Sporting Clays Course, and an all-weather 5-stand, we put the Paradise in Sportsman's Paradise. Professional guides, accredited retrievers, and state of the art outdoor equipment and gear ensure that your time at Honey Brake will be the best.
Beyond hunting and fishing, guests enjoy a wide range of activities, from massages and farm tours to sunset cruises as well as bird watching, or combine them all and tour a functioning crawfish operation also.The Honey Brake Story
Honey Brake's 20,000+ acres of agriculture, wetland and swamp wildlife haven in the Louisiana delta region, sits between the world famous waterfowl wintering grounds of Catahoula Lake and the mighty Mississippi River. The result is a bottleneck of migrating ducks and geese, and the Central and Mississippi flyways converging at Honey Brake.
The Lodge at Honey Brake, built in 20010 to accommodate duck hunters, has since expanded to include: The Honey Brake Camp: a 96-bed campus with a large lakefront dining hall; Honey Brake Gun Club: an A/V equipped conference room for corporate events/meetings, an observation tower, a 15-station sporting clays course and an all-weather, anytime 5-stand. Guided hunting operations now include Waterfowl, Louisiana Big Game - Whitetails, Hogs, and Alligators, as well as fishing, small game and dove shooting. Now a year-round resort, Honey Brake hosts corporate retreats to family reunions, to youth camps, bachelor and bachelorette parties.