Geese, geese, and more geese – with a few mallards thrown in for good measure! If a good old fashioned goose hunt is on your bucket list to do – come see us, we have tons of them!


Shoreblind to

Big Water Hunts to

Specialized lay-out boat hunts!

We do them all..

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A few things you should know before your hunt….

We can’t stress this enough, testing the pattern of your shotgun, choke tube, and shell combination is vitally important. Simply put, not knowing what works best in your gun could mean the difference between taking home your limit of waterfowl or going home empty-handed.

If possible, try different choke and shell combinations. At the very least, make sure you know exactly which shell performs best with the choke tube you will be using for your hunt.

Try shooting at various distances. Set up a target at 10, 20, 30 and even 40 yards. How tight is your pattern?

It is your responsibility to know how your shotgun is shooting BEFORE your hunt with us.





Short answer? Gun, shells, licenses, and camo clothes. If you have warm waders, throw them in too! Everything else simply adds to your comfort and experience. So, here’s a list of things that you can add to your blind bag that are not essential but you might be happy you brought along.

  1. “Water Proof” or “Water Resistant Gear” – When hunting waterfowl, everything involves water!
  2. TP – You never know when nature will call. Keep a few squares handy.
  3. Camera (or use your cell) – A picture in the field is always the best!
  4. Duck Calls – If you have been practicing at home and would like some pointers, bring them along!
  5. Layer up! – Fall weather is unpredictable. Warm layers, wind layers, and waterproof layers can save the day.
  6. Snacks & Bottled Water- Duck hunting can work up a thirst and an appetite!


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