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Jul
20

Snow Goose Hunting Story

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Snow Goose Hunting Story from Maryland, Delaware

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The field we are hunting tomorrow was loaded yesterday with 30,000 snows and myself nor the clients got much sleep in the lodge. We were up at 2:30am. We couldn’t sleep much last night. It felt just like Christmas morning and the gift was a chance to crush the heck out of the snow geese and pile em up. We got to the field and pulled out to the exact spot they lifted off the evening before. An hour later the crew had 1,000 well placed decoys and we jumped in our white suits to just look like part of the flock of snow geese. We were ready to pile em up.
As the sun started coming up a lonely single snow flew over the rig not more than 20 yards high. I called the shot and the guns roared.

The snow crashed to the ground hard. I love hearing that THUD when they hit.
Getting back in position we could here the snows coming. Finally in the glow of sunrise we could see a cloud moving in the east. But the other clouds weren’t moving so what’s going on. That’s really strange. Then it hit me. It was about 5,000 snows hell bent for our field to feed. So any snows it looked like a huge cloud in the horizon.
They had been on the roost sleeping for about 14 hours and they were hungry.
Now the birds are about 1/2 mile out and closing fast. The excitement and anticipation is so great that you can feel your heart pounding in your chest. No wonder we love doing shooting snows so much. This experience is almost as exciting and thrilling as the hottest female on the planet begging for you to make love to her. Actually the older you get, the more thrilling hunting is. Oh well.

Snow Goose Hunting Delaware

Now the birds, all 5,000, are only 200 yards out and locked up heading straight for our decoy rig. They sail in the last 200 yards at 25 yards high and it’s about to get ugly real soon. Because you can’t hear yourself think for all the noise that 50,000 geese are making honking, I have to scream the command to open up on these white bastards. “Kill em, Kill em Kill em” I scream as all 10 hunters pop up from their position on the ground. The guns roar as birds start to drop. Looks like It’s raining birds everywhere. Bang-Thud multiple times as the guns roar and birds hit the deck. Thud Thud Thud. After the smoke clears we start picking up birds. Some stone dead and some crippled but that’s where the retriever gets to have her fun. After the hunters and the dog get done retrieving the downed birds we do a head count. 16 dead birds. A great start for sure and some good shooting for sure. Hey guys I holler. Their coming at us again. Get in position. It’s about to get ugly again. And so goes the entire morning. Time and time again. An endless train of snow geese just not knowing when yo quit. What a hunt. After several boxes of shells and lots of banging we take inventory of the results of the hunt. 105 birds in three hours and done. We may have soar shoulders and a lot of birds to clean but we’ll be glad to do it all over again tomorrow. And rest assured. We will wake up early again just like the anxiousness of Christmas morning and be ready to get it and growl. Red on white. It’s quite a sight. It’s not the wild meat but the heart beat. That’s why we do it.
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Jul
14

11th Annual Waterfowlers Boot Camp

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logo2With this being our 11th year, We are under a new regime.. Freshmeat for 2015.. We are taking on the task of putting together Waterfowler’s Boot Camp. So, please join us to take a look at the new way things may be done..

Our calling contests will get a bit of a face lift as well as we look to have more money and more payouts….. No more winner takes all! Three sanctions available, two for Waterfowl and one for Turkey!

The Dinner this year.. the Ohio Waterfowl Association has partnered up with Delta Waterfowl- Ohio chapters to put on a different look & feel to the dinner..
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Duck and Snow Goose Hunting in Maryland, Delaware

Snow goose and duck hunting guided waterfowl hunting trips in Maryland, Delaware, New York and Canada

 

To  all  fellow  waterfowl  hunters snow goose hunting Maryland or snow goose hunting New York.  Face  it,  We  are  obsessed.  We are  nothing  but  pure  adrenalin  junkies looking for our next fix. OK, so we all certainly enjoy goose hunting and duck hunting. Cupped wings of any kind of waterfowl gets our hearts pumping. If you have never been snow goose hunting then you truthfully have not lived. Snow goose hunting done in fields is as thrilling as it gets. All of our snow  goose hunts involve hundreds if not thousands of snow geese falling in the decoys from a point of view that very few humans ever experience. Call Joe now to get set up for a snow goose hunting experience like no other. Snow goose hunts are done mostly in MD, DE & NY. One state being as great as the other. P.S. You ain’t getting any younger. We cater to disabled Veterans and the elderly especially. They desire our attention.

Delaware Snow goose hunting

Centrally located between the huge tidal marshes of southern New Jersey and endless cornfields of Maryland’s Eastern Shore, Delaware winters close to 1.000,000 snow geese annually.Delaware is home to two major snow geese roosts- the 25,000 acre Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge and the 9,900 acre Prime Hook Nationals Wildlife refuge. (Sussex County) Combined these refuges host over 600,000 snow geese each fall. Both refuges provide large fresh water and marshes for snow geese.

Maryland Snow Goose Hunting

With over 2,200 square miles of grain farms and numerous bays and roost ponds, Maryland’s Eastern shore now winters over 200,000 snow geese. With all this seemingly endless waterfowl habitat, the snow goose population has exploded here in the last ten years.  In  addition,being only 12 miles away from the Delaware bay and Bombay Hook refuge, Maryland is also a huge feeding destination for birds from Delaware.

Snow Goose Hunting Maryland Expert Joe Austin

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