During the fall of the year you will finds us on the beautiful prairies of Saskatchewan guiding hunters for ducks and geese. We are licensed in 4 zones in the SW portion of the province. Large numbers of Canada Geese, Specks, Snow Geese, Sandhill Cranes, Mallards, and other puddle ducks inhabit the zones we hunt. The best Saskatchewan waterfowl hunting occurs from late September through early November. If you are looking for a late winter or early spring hunting adventure we offer spring snow goose hunts will some of the finest action in the Midwest. Since 2001 we have established a long track record of running very successful spring snow goose hunts. Up North Outdoors, Inc. employs a staff of highly skilled spring snow goose guides using large spreads of the best snow goose decoys and equipment available to ensure that you have a quality spring snow goose hunt when you book with us.
Our hunts are run in multiple locations as we follow the snow geese on their northbound migration. We start hunting near the end of January in Arkansas where large numbers of snow geese have spent the winter months. As the spring migration gets underway snow geese that wintered farther south begin moving up from the Gulf States. After most of the snow geese have migrated through Arkansas we move north to run our Nebraska snow goose hunts.
From the end of February to the middle of March you will find us in Nebraska hunting snow geese around the Rainwater Basin. The Rainwater Basin is a large area that millions of snow geese migrate through starting mid-February. Strong numbers remain for about a month as they use the many shallow water basins to rest. There is a consistent churning of the flocks as new flocks migrate in from the south and staged snow geese move farther north.