Our guided spring Snow Goose hunts take place in Nebraska and South Dakota in late February through early April.
We run large decoy spreads and hunt out of a variety of blind types. Most of our decoys are going to be a sock-style decoy. We run these types of decoys because they provide great mobility and life-like movement and realism. Our blinds vary depending on the time of year and what the weather is doing. We hunt out of multiple types of blinds including white tyvek suits (our most popular), layout blinds or pits on occasion. Depending on the time of year we may be hunting migrating Snow Geese or chasing feeding flocks. We will make sure we put you and your group in the best possible situation to harvest birds daily.
We get asked these questions a lot. Here is some helpful info to get your hunt organized faster:
What to expect on your daily hunt:
We will meet before sunrise and head to the field we are hunting. Upon arrival to the field vehicles will be parked and we will head into the field. Once we have reached the decoy spread/blinds the guide will conduct a brief safety meeting and get everyone comfortable in the blinds. The hunt can be from sunrise to sunset. We may break for lunch mid-day but we may also have lunch in the blind. The guide or guides may leave mid-day to take care of tasks at hand but will return for the evening hunt. After the hunt that day the guide will assist with transporting belongings and bagged birds to your vehicles. From there you have the evening to spend how you like or commute depending on your situation.
What to bring on a Spring Snow Goose hunt:
Being the time of year we are always dealing with wet and muddy condition. So rubber boots or waders a must-have in the spring.
*WHITE CLOTHING OR WHITE CAMO (White stocking cap, white hoodie, white coat)
*Ammunition 2’s or BB’s work great
*Camo (Jackets, Bibs, Gloves, Hats, Boots, Waders, Face Masks)
*Warm Clothing (Prepare for any kind of weather. We see very warm days and very cold days)
*Coolers (For food and snacks and also to transport bagged birds)
*Proper Licensing for Spring Snows:
|Nonresident Spring Light Goose – Adult (Click to purchase online)||Allows a nonresident to hunt the entire Spring Light Goose Conservation Order statewide. (State migratory bird certification is included)||
|Nonresident Spring Light Goose – Youth (ages 12-15) (Click to purchase online)||Nonresidents under the age of 16, valid the entire Spring Light Goose Conservation Order statewide. (State migratory bird certification is included)||
Consisting of a fully guided hunt from sunrise to sunset.
Adults $175 per day
Children $100 per day (16 and under)
Half Days are Offered for Half Price. Please Contact to see if Available
*50% deposit required to book dates
Bird cleaning available via bird hitch