Spring Goose Hunting Checklist

February 16, 2010 by  

Spring Goose Hunting Checklist

E-Call The spring snow goose season in North America is legal through a Conservation Order. This order allows hunters to use electronic calls to help them fool lesser snow geese. I have been hunting snow geese for eight years in the spring and I am convinced that an electronic call is a must for decoying […]

Good Morning Missouri

April 28, 2009 by  

Good Morning Missouri

By PJ Maguire It was mid-morning on a bright sunny, March day in Mound City, Missouri.  Chris Coffey, J.D. and I had just ordered breakfast at a small diner. Seated and standing in the diner around us were camo-clad clients, make-up wearing waitresses and cracker-jack snow goose guides.  The tail end of the snow goose […]

The Best MN Waterfowl Opener

February 17, 2009 by  

The Best MN Waterfowl Opener

By PJ Maguire The noon opener of the Minnesota duck season was the hardest thing for me to wait for when I was young. Typically this would be the first time I hunted waterfowl for the year. Now-a-days I am accustomed to hunting in the early goose seasons that are provided in Minnesota and other […]

Calculated Shotgun Shell Pellet Count

December 23, 2008 by  

Calculated Shotgun Shell Pellet Count

The pellet count in shotgun shells is useful information for hunters and reloaders. Sometimes manufacturers’ shot counts are hard to find. People commonly post on the DHC Shotshell, Reloading, Ballistics, and Choke Forum requesting pellet counts for various loadings. For my own use, I assembled the following tables which give the calculated pellet counts for […]

15 Below Goose Hunt

December 23, 2008 by  

15 Below Goose Hunt

If you’re an extreme waterfowler, you have to be a little nuts. I’ve experienced and read about more stories of guys doing crazy things, all in the pursuit of some birds. I’ve heard of guys braving high waves and nasty tides in the Pacific Northwest in layout boats with many “close calls”. I’ve heard of […]

What Snow Goose Decoys Should I Buy?

December 17, 2008 by  

What Snow Goose Decoys Should I Buy?

By Chris Hustad Getting snow geese feet down into your decoy spread is easier said then done I think snow goose hunters spend the most money out of all species of waterfowl hunters (excluding what some duck hunters pay for their boat/accessories). It seems that no matter how many decoys one owns, it’s never enough. […]

Learning Goose Call Tuning

December 17, 2008 by  

Learning Goose Call Tuning

By Chad Haabala With some patience and know-how, you can learn to tune a goose call the way you prefer Ahhh Spring time. It’s wonderful isn’t it? The birds are coming back, the kids are able to play in the yard again without getting frostbitten, Gramps can finally get back on that lawn mower that’s […]

Duck Hunting Videos – Goose Hunting Video

December 17, 2008 by  

Duck Hunting Videos – Goose Hunting Video

Produced by Chris Hustad of DuckHuntingChat.com We’re going to soon launch an interactive waterfowl hunting video portion of the website, to give you an introduction of some of our videos – see those listed below. New Goose Hunting Video A snow goose hunting video showing some up close action in Saskatchewan. New Duck Hunting Video […]

Goose Hunting in Montana

December 17, 2008 by  

Goose Hunting in Montana

By Chris Hustad My phone rang late last summer and my good friend Lyle Sinner was on the other end. His call was straight to the point, “Hey Chris, are you interested in heading to Montana to goose hunt?” While it took all of about 2 seconds for me to decide, my decision was an […]

My First August Goose Hunt

December 17, 2008 by  

My First August Goose Hunt

By PJ “pj” Maguire When I first sat down to write this article I wanted to title it, “One Wedding and a Goose Hunt” because one of my best friends was getting married on August 16th. I was the first to inform him that the North Dakota Game and Fish had the opportunity to open […]

Canada Goose Hunting Tips

December 17, 2008 by  

Canada Goose Hunting Tips

By Chad Haabala Each evening when I watch the sun sink down into Montana, I put another X on the calender and tally the number of days left. Not the number of days until my birthday, and no, not the number of days until Christmas, it’s something even better than that. I’m talking about early […]

GPS and Hunting – A Primer Course

December 17, 2008 by  

GPS and Hunting – A Primer Course

By Erik Laing (kiskadinna) Every year, without fail, there is a new gadget that comes along – designed to improve the lives of duck hunters. But in reality, many quickly fade in popularity because they just aren’t useful. However, every once in a while something comes along that truly does make our lives easier as […]

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