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Kansas Spring Conservation Goose Hunt

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Burlington, Kansas, United States
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Come enjoy the guided conservation snow goose hunt of a lifetime with True Kansas Outdoors in Burlington, Kansas! Kansas is known for being one of the best hot spots for Ducks and Geese in the United States. Being in the middle of the central flyway we have most species of Ducks and an abundance of Canadian Geese. Additionally, Kansas has a lot to offer when it comes to Spring Snow Goose Hunting. 

About Kansas Spring Conservation Goose Hunting:

With some very large lakes and reservoirs in the state, the snow geese that come up from the Texas coast make their way up through the sunflower state with large numbers. There are plenty of large crop fields and hilltops for the snow geese to graze on with plenty of waste grain for the snows to use for a viable food source. With typically milder spring temperatures and plenty of areas to roost and get food Kansas is a great place to chase the spring migration during the reverse migration during mid-February into mid-March.

Pricing:

$300 Per Gun With or Without Lodging

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Kansas Spring Snow Goose Hunt Regulations

Unplugged shotguns, Electronic Calls, No Daily Limits or Possession Limits, No Federal or State Waterfowl Stamps Required, Must have a valid hunting license from any state, must obtain your Kansas Spring Snow Goose Hunting Permit Number, Must leave 1 wing attached when transporting waterfowl across state or country borders.

Shooting time: 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset

Licensing Information:

Non-Resident License

Kansas Guided Spring Snow Goose Hunts

License Information

$97.50 Hunting License

$10.00 State Stamp

$2.50 HIP permit

$26.50 Federal Stamp

Total Cost

$136.50 wo/Federal Stamp

$110.00 w/Federal Stamp

All resident hunters age 16 through 74 must have a resident hunting license unless exempt by Kansas Law. Nonresident hunters, regardless of age, must have a nonresident hunting license. All annual hunting licenses can be purchased online or through all licensed agents, or Kansas Department of Wildlife & Parks offices. Most licenses expire 365 days from the date of purchase, except for multi-year and lifetime licenses.

Rules

License Required
This trip requires a hunting license from Kansas, United States

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Location

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Burlington, Kansas, United States
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