Our Spring Snow Goose Weather Policy

View our guided spring snow goose hunting weather policy and information.

Weather conditions can make or break a snow goose hunt. Depending on the fronts moving in or out, Rain and snow in the forcast, or even excessivly high winds every thing will effect feeding patterns and migration patterns. No matter what we have experienced all there is over the past almost 20 years chasing snow geese from Akansas to the Canadian border and weather at times can be a big pain in the butt. If the weather makes hunting conditions unbearable or even unsafe we may decide to try and re-schedule, postpone, or cut short any of our spring snow goose hunts.

Ultimately we just want everyone to be safe and have a great time in the field. So, if we decide to do any of the aforementioned on one of your snow goose hunts then it is because we know that it is either unsafe for us and for you to be in the field and or the weather is just going to make your hunt pretty unproductive.

If after being warned about weather conditions effecting your hunt with us and you still want to hunt we will by all means do our best to accomodate with you to make your trip as enjoyable as we can although knowing that it may be very unproductive.

But, if you do decide to come and hunt with us even after being warned about the conditions we can not re-schedule a hunt because of it being unproductive due to the situations out of our control and you are taking it upon yourselves to risk hunting and missing out on rescheduled hunt dates.

Snow Goose Hunting Dates

Check out our spring snow goose hunting dates for the 2018 spring snow goose hunting season. We follow the reverse snow goose migration up through North Dakota.

February 15th - March 18th