Delta native Cameron Dinkins formed Esperanza Outdoors, Inc. in 1996 in order to pursue a deep rooted desire to merge his passions for business and the outdoor recreational activities that abound in The Mississippi Delta. Since that time, this vision has evolved from a couple of hunting and fishing leases into a full fledged recreational land development and management company specializing in land acquisition, habitat restoration, cropland & timber management, and consulting services.

Over the years, Cameron's love of duck hunting and the relationships it has afforded him have fueled his resolve to be the very best waterfowler he can be. "For me, duck hunting is a way of life. It doesn't start on the Friday after Thanksgiving and end the last weekend in January. It is a year long process that I have been blessed to take part in for almost 20 years now and share with others that are also led by the outdoors."


Stewart Robinson was born in Mississippi and raised throughout the Southeast. Through a long family heritage of hunting and fishing, he grew up with a profound respect and love for the backwoods and waters of the South. In 2007 upon returning with his family to Mississippi, Stewart fell in love with the Mississippi Delta because of the hunting and history that are so vibrant in this place. He longs to share this love with everyone who comes to Linden Plantation. 

In addition, Stewart also strives to share with our clients his love of food, in particular, the local game and fish sourced from our area. His passion for fins and fowl is only rivaled by his passion for sharing great food and fellowship with others. “The Mississippi Delta is an amazing place that is full of history and beauty. One has to know where to look to see it and Linden Plantation is the Jewel of the Delta. From the front porch picturesque sunsets over Lake Washington to the thousands of waterfowl that have been migrating to this property for generations, Linden is the best of what the Delta has to offer, and I want others to be able to see it through my eyes.”