Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Hunts
Towards the end of March and into April we move locations up into South Dakota and remain there until the majority of the snow geese have moved up into North Dakota and on into Canada. Our season usually wraps up towards the mid to end of April each spring.
A Typical Day
In Nebraska we hunt over both fields and water and hunt out of pit blinds and not lay out blinds. Our pit blinds are heated with coffee and breakfast every morning. We are located in between the infamous Squaw Creek NWR in Missouri and the warm water basin in SE Nebraska as stated above. On your hunt, you can expect to hunt over 700 Avery floater snow goose decoys and 500 to 600 real feet decoy full body snow goose decoys. We also use the top of the line Foxpro electronic callers. THERE IS NO REASON TO LAY IN THE MUD! COME HUNT IN OUR PITS AND ENJOY YOUR HUNT.
Another Satisfied Customer
After A Long Day In The Spread!
Spring Snow Goose Hunting Pricing And Packages
We have tried to price our incredible Nebraska spring snow goose hunts at a rate that the average hunter can afford without going broke. The cost is $2,200 per pit per day for up to 7 hunters. We also offer bird cleaning at $4.00 per snow goose (breasted birds with wing attached for travel- We Do Not Pluck Birds!) We do require ALL HUNTS TO BE PAID IN FULL (Non-refundable) upon booking!
Your daily hunt fee includes: a fully guided spring snow goose hunt, with a professional guide to accompany your group, over a pre-scouted area and a full spread of quality decoys. Your four legged hunting companion is always welcome to join you. Your daily hunt fee also includes a fun, positive atmosphere whether the birds are flying that day or not (this is not a game farm style hunt)!
Your daily hunt fee does not include: your hunting license, ammo, lodging or meals or a negative attitude!
Lodging And Meals
We have arranged several very comfortable and economical options for our hunters during their stay with Black Goose Outfitters. For lodging we have two options. The first and most popular option is our house lodging. We have a very modernized house with all of the comforts of home located within a few miles of the areas we will be hunting for our hunters to stay at. The house can sleep up to 10 hunters comfortably. The second option is a simple stay at a local, clean and comfortable area motel.
At the house you will have access to kitchen facilities as well as a an outdoor grill. We recommend our hunters bring their own food to cook and grill as needed. However you always have the option of a local restaurant for a nice dinner after the hunt or to avoid having to bring your own food, or if you are staying at the local motel.
We have priced our lodging at the house to meet our hunter’s budget and needs. We simply charge a flat rate of $350 per night, per group. We feel this is the best deal going. However if you choose a local motel we can recommend several options for you at the time of booking.
Our Spring Snow Goose Hunting Operation
The main operation for our guided spring snow goose hunts take place on the border of Missouri and Nebraska during February and March. We have leased several key properties that have stock ponds for us to set up big water spreads, in addition to our field set ups.
This allows us the opportunity to hunt all day as we are very successful in harvesting migrating snow geese moving back and forth between Squaw Creek NWR and the Rainwater Basin of SE Nebraska. Our customer also like to opportunity of hunting snow geese over water in addition to the traditional field style hunting that can also be fast and furious!
FAQ About The Hunt
What is included in your hunt
- Breakfast in the blind (eggs, pancakes, bacon, sausage, toast, coffee, etc).
- Transportation to and from the field
- A comfortable, heated pit blind overlooking over 1,000 decoys with guide
- Lodging at 300.00 per house a night
What is not included in your hunt
- Lunch And Supper
- Bird cleaning. Note: Each hunter is responsible to take their birds home with them. Each bird has to have a wing and a daily bird tag attached to them for transportation. We will supply the tags and the cleaning facilities.
- Beer, whiskey, wine, etc.
- Shotgun shells
- (There is a gas station and a grocery store available at all hunting locations)
What to bring
- Warm clothes, waders, shell bag, calls, etc
- Well trained dogs are welcomed if you have one
- Towels, toothpaste, shampoo, etc
- Snacks for in the blind
- Coolers for bird transportation
- Gun-Shotgun shells (we have them for sale if you run out at 20.00 per box)
Also MAKE SURE to have
- Nebraska Hunting licenses, habitat stamp, state & federal waterfowl stamps, and a Nebraska HIP number.
- Gratuity is 15-20% for the guides