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3-Day Guided Spring Snow Goose Hunt in Sumner, Missouri


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Quick Overview

No plugs, no limits… get ready for the adrenaline rush of your waterfowl hunting life! Experience waterfowl hunting unlike any other in the snow goose capital of the world on this three day, fully-guided snow goose hunt with some of the most knowledgeable and committed guides in the business.

Have questions? Call (855) 486-4665 to speak with one of our booking specialists now!

Snow Goose Hunts in Missouri


Situated in the famed Golden Triangle of Missouri, this first-class outfitter has the finest and most well-managed properties available for waterfowl hunting in North America. Consistently exceeding common expectations of both novice and veteran snow goose hunters, the team works relentlessly to put clients under tornadoes of decoying snow geese. With ownership or exclusive admittance to thousands of private acres around major refuges, chasing the tornado is met with unprecedented ease of access.

Hunts take place in fields out of well-concealed layout blinds, positioned in the midst of large numbers of full body snow goose motion decoys. With no limits during the spring light goose conservation season, the dogs get a big daily workout in the fields! With an army of experienced guides to prepare, move or adjust spreads before guests’ arrival in the field, every part of the hunt is covered. Just bring your gun!

From the Outfitter

"We would consider it the greatest success if everyone who hunted with us not only enjoyed the finest waterfowl hunting in North America, but learned something about waterfowling, plant ecology, waterfowl management, water management and pure love of the sport! We have built it, come and enjoy the hunting and hospitality!"

Spring Snow Goose Hunting Season is Feb. 1 - April 30

Reasons Why Spring Season Hunts are so Popular:
• No limits on snow, blue or ross geese
• Electronic calls and unplugged shotguns are allowed
• Missouri hunting licenses are relatively cheap for a non-resident

What to Bring

• Valid Missouri hunting license
• Federal ($25) and state ($6) waterfowl stamps
• 10– or 12–gauge shotgun and shells
• Camouflage, olive drab or brown clothing and hat
• Chest or hip waders
• Warm, lined rubber boots
• Rain gear
• Face masks are recommended
• Eye protection or sunglasses
• Ear protection
• Ice chest
• Freezer bags and ice
• Food and beverages
• Personal care items
• Camera or GoPro

Read More About Snow Goose Hunting

What is the Missouri Snow Goose Conservation Season?
How to ID Each Species of Geese

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