Guided Waterfowl Hunts
Canada Geese, Black Ducks, Mallards, Wood Ducks and Teal
Guided waterfowl hunts are typically done over decoy spreads on rivers, ponds, marsh areas or field. River and pond hunting is primarily done out of the boat with layout blinds used in field and marsh hunting. Afternoons are often spent jump shooting.
Early Goose season starts in September and has liberal bag limits. Most hunting will be done from layout blinds over decoy spreads in green fields, blueberry crop land and marshes. We occasionally hunt along the river from blinds.
Regular duck season the action can be hot and heavy. A hunter will have a chance at mixed bags of birds including Common Golden Eye, Ring Neck and Mergansers. Occasionally a hunter will shoot a Pintail or other species. Wood ducks, black ducks, mallards and teal will be the target species and can be located in area rivers, lakes and beaver ponds. We have some of the finest duck hunting area around with minimal hunting pressure.
When the weather gets colder, usually early to mid-November, Buffleheads, Common Golden Eye, Black Ducks and Mallards take to the salt water when things freeze up inland. Canada Geese are also in season and make a nice addition for a hunter to harvest. In most cases hunting around this time of year is limited to blinds on rivers, marshes and jump shooting.
Hotel Stay: Meals and lodging are not inclusive. Hunters will also be responsible for purchasing their necessary hunting license and any permits, waterfowl stamps, etc.
Lodging Package and Meals: Call for pricing and availability.
Waterfowl hunts are either single day or three day hunts; additional days can be added for additional fees. You will be hunting only with people in your group, we never mix parties. Hunters are welcome to bring their well-mannered retrievers.
Visit our Rates, Booking & Lodging page for waterfowl hunting rates.