Month: March 2010

I’m Home Now

The 2010 spring snow goose season has come to an end. Several of the snow goose guides made a trip up to South Dakota for a 3 day snow goose hunt. We ended up shooting 10 on an afternoon hunt. The next two days we shot 22 and 51 birds. We felt 51 was a … [Read More]

March 18 – Screwy end to a Screwy season

Thursday March 18 the last two groups chose which fields they wanted to hunt. The remaining guides chose to hunt one of the remaining open fields. The guided groups shot 13 and 24. The guides shot 140 mostly adult and ross geese. The geese came in mostly small flocks of 10 or less and very … [Read More]

Postponing Hunt for 3/19-3/21

After guiding this weekend I was able to drive around today and get a feel for the number of birds in the area. The numbers are becoming very low. Forecast for this weekend is rain and I highly doubt there will be a migration for any birds remaining south of us. Given these conditions we … [Read More]

Those hunting 3/19 through 3/21

Most of the birds moved out of the area yesterday. We will see how that effects hunting this week. As of right now high field is 30 but there are some single digits as well. We will see how hunting goes through Wednesday. Based on those results I will make a decision on this weekend’s … [Read More]

Spring Forward New Meeting Time Is 6 AM

New meeting time of 6 AM for those hunting 3/14/10 and later. Success remains spotty. Yesterday a new high for the year of 64 was reached. Most of the rest were 12 and lower. Field range from fair to extremely muddy. Bring waders!


Sorry it has been a couple days but the internet at the house died. Last night we got dumped on by rain. It is extremely muddy and I highly recommend neoprene waders if you want a comfortable hunt. Hunting success has been spotty. There have been a few good days but my guide are pretty … [Read More]

Snow Goose Hunting Improving

Everyday hunting has been improving. Yesterday high field was 38 with most others in the teens and 20’s. LOTS OF MUD! It is suppose to rain everyday this week and conditions are already muddy.

Large Number Of Snow Geese In The Area

There is not shortage of snow geese in the Mound City area although the last several days hunting success has been slower than average. It will change…always does…just like a light switch was flipped they will start working better. The birds that have been here are front birds. These are the ones we typically have … [Read More]

Bring Waders!!!

Today ended up being a pretty slow for our hunters. The frost is coming out of the ground and we are forecasted to have rain tomorrow, Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday. The fields are already becoming sloppy and any added rain will just add to that problem. Neoprene waders are very nice in muddy conditions.

Snow are here!

Although Squaw Creek is still frozen a large number of snow geese have moved up into the Mound City area. Hunting success was low this morning however we are hoping for a good afternoon.


Yesterday I got back to Mound City from Marshall. Today (3/4) is the last half day hunt down there. Today is also the first groups of guys in Mound City. I drove through the refuge and it is most locked with ice except for a small open pocket about 600 yards out from the observation … [Read More]

Back to Mound City March 4

We are starting to run snow goose hunts March 4th back in Mound City. Currently there is a little snow on the ground. The Squaw Creek Refuge is frozen except for a small pocket of open water in front of the observation tower. The forecast for this coming weekend looks very good to me. Today … [Read More]