Cold Snap

  Today was cold. It was very apparent that some of the birds pushed south with the cold. The large numbers of juvy’s we have been wearing out were replaced by fewer flocks of mostly adults. Rather than being smaller feeds here and there we are now seeing massive feeds in just a few spots. […]


February 5 was likely the coldest day of our snow goose season. It was 20 degrees at shooting time. We have certainly hunted in a lot colder but not this year. Things went fairly normal for a cold day. Snow geese from the north migrating back south was most of the early morning then it […]

Last Pick

Today started with fog and no wind. The forecast was for an NW wind however it was out of the SW or W most of the morning depending on which field the guides were in. Today’s high temp got to 56 degrees and we were peeling off clothes only to have a front blow through late […]

Youth Duck Day

Today is youth duck hunting. So far this morning the guides are sitting around drinking coffee and telling stories. After 18 years of guiding we have some favorites that we like to tell often. One of the first years I started guiding hunters an older guy told me I should keep a journal of all […]

Drop In Temps

This morning was zero wind and as typical, the birds would not finish as well as we would like them to. Mid-morning the wind picked up and the birds started working better.  All but one field was in double digits with the high field being 51. The picture with the post is of one of the […]