Over the years, we have put together quite the team of experts in the sport of snow goose hunting in Missouri. Our guides are comprised of some of the country’s top callers, hunting dog trainers, and we even have a few people that boast of being amateur chefs…at least when it comes to cooking a goose!
During that time, we have put much of our expertise down on paper. It is quite flattering that many of our articles, tips, and recipes have found their way to some of the most popular blogs, directories, and forums on the Internet. So, we decided to make it easier for our followers and put them all in one location.
Our goal is to share the knowledge we have gained over the last few decades in the hopes of creating the same enthusiasm in you that we have for the sport. Of course, you can always give us a call and book a guided snow goose hunting trip if you want to see it firsthand! It’s not all about us, though, because we want to hear your stories and recipes too. Send us your favorites, and don’t forget the pictures, and you never know, your story might end up being one of our featured articles or one of the stories we post on our social media pages.
Enjoy the website and we hope to see or hear from you soon!
Goose Hunting Tips & Tricks
How many of you set that alarm for an ungodly hour during the late fall and winter for something other than work? If you raised your hand, there is a very good chance you are heading out to go ankle deep in mud to settle into your blind and get ready for a day of goose hunting! Whether you are a seasoned veteran… Continue reading
You gained permission for the hot spot hunting grounds last night, so now you’re going to hunt the X where the birds were feeding. You set up the perfect decoy spread; high end realistic decoys that are sure to get them on the deck and in your face. But, what you did not do, was put enough care and thought into the… Continue reading
For those of you that enjoy “regular” duck hunting season, spring snow goose hunting may put you a bit out of your comfort zone. The weather and conditions can be significantly different and the birds themselves require some special tactics. In relative terms, if ducks are smart, snow geese are geniuses. They are extremely observant and travel in very large flocks. In other… Continue reading