Migrator Valley Outfitters Southeast Missouri Conservation Snow Goose Hunt
Enjoy the spring conservation snow goose hunt of a lifetime with Migrator Valley Outfitters in Missouri! The spring snow goose migration is a sight to be seen by all! It is the one time of year that you can witness large masses of snow geese as they push north as hard as they dare to get back to their breeding grounds.
Our snow goose hunts are ran in the most productive areas in in Southeast Missouri, Northwest Missouri, Saskatchewan and beyond. We assure a quality hunt with us.
Let our team of dedicated and knowledgeable snow goose hunting guides put our experience to work for you so you a can witness the bone chilling effects of thousands of geese piling in on top of you!
Traveling: Sikeston, MO is the city you will be driving to and staying in as well. The closest airport would be Memphis, TN (Roughly an hour and 30 min drive from Memphis).
Lodging: We have many motels in the Sikeston, MO area for you to stay.
License Cost: $40
License can be bought over the counter at Walmart in Kennett or online at http://huntfish.mdc.mo.gov/permits
If you are born after January 1st 1967 you will have to provide proof that you have completed hunter safety in order to purchase your license.
-8 Hunters Maximum per Field
-Groups of 6 or less are subject to hunting with mixed parties
-Dogs: You are welcome to bring your dog IF you book your own field (meaning 6 or more paying clients.) You must also have a dog blind.
-We will provide all the cleaning of the birds for an additional $15 / day per person. In the past we had offered bird cleaning for $3 / bird, but that can get very expensive on days when harvesting 30+ geese.
-We will require paying the full $15/day at the time of your deposit so that we can have the adequate supplies with us to do so. If you choose to have your birds cleaned after you have arrived it will be $3/bird. All of your geese will be cleaned, packaged and cooled for legal transportation.
-We do not pluck the birds, all we do is leave the chest cavity with both breasts and a wing left on. A wing must be left on them for transportation reasons, so don’t ask us to just breast them out for you.