Epic Guide Service Spring Snow Goose Hunt
The spring snow goose migration is unlike anything most hunters have ever experienced. Every year these arctic birds fly along narrow flight paths through the heart of the midwest back home. The spring snow goose season is a no-limit hunt, meaning you can take down as many birds as you wish. If you enjoy hunting waterfowl, you will love the spring snow goose season.
We have the knowledge and connections necessary to put you in the middle of the action. We will wake up hours before a typical day of hunting to set decoys and make sure everything is prepared. Our evenings are spent scouting the fields to find the best hunting locations possible.
We use electronic calls, extensive decoy spreads and unplugged guns to track down as many of these geese as possible. Both full-body spreads and sock spreads are used to attract these birds to ground level.
Customers will be responsible for finding their own lodging, and our locations are migration dependent. Customers are also responsible for bringing their own guns and non toxic ammo, and the necessary hunting permits are required. Magazine tube extensions are highly recommended, but not required. We also ask clients to bring a white outer layer of clothing to wear over their camo.
Out of state licenses usually cost between $25 to $40. Jake will answer any questions about lodging and license information, depending on the state you will be hunting.A minimum three days of hunting is recommended due to weather factors. These are daylong hunting trips, usually going from a half hour before sunrise to a half hour after sunset.
What to bring:Gun and non-toxic ammoAny necessary hunting permits (ask Jake depending on state)Proper attire for spring huntingCustomers are responsible for finding lodging