This part of Texas winters substantial numbers of Canada geese, snow geese, ross geese, and specklebellies. The predominant concentrations consist of greater Canada's, short grass prairie Canada's (lessers), and lesser snow geese. Geese usually show up in hunt able numbers in mid November and stick around through the end of season. We have success decoying and killing birds though the whole hunting season.
Our hunts take place over an 8 county area in the southern Texas panhandle. Our headquarters is located in Lubbock, TX, but we follow the birds as they shift from one area to another. We try to hunt as many new areas as possible to insure quality hunting throughout the entire season. All goose hunting takes place in the morning only. This gives us ample time to locate the next days fields. We do hunt water on occasion, but it is dependent on the overall water sources available.
We provide decoys, dogs, blinds, and calling. Our spread consists of Divebomb Decoys socks and silhouettes We use padded goose chairs with ghillie blankets to keep you comfortable and hidden. We use only the best equipment to increase your chances of a successful hunt. We pride ourselves it getting the birds up close and in your face. Check out the FAQs page for more info on hunts.
Most fields we hunt will hold 2000-4000 birds, and when they leave the roost they normally come out in groups of 50-250. there is nothing quite like 200 birds trying to land on top of you. It is possible to harvest bonus ducks and cranes during a goose hunt, so be prepared for anything. Recommended shot sizes for geese are BB-#4 shot.
Always be prepared for bad weather. We hunt mainly corn, milo, and wheat fields so they are usually dry unless we get foul weather. Warm boots and gloves are a necessity. Waders are needed for duck hunts. An ice chest for your birds, a camera, and gun cleaning supplies are also good to bring along.
Season: Nov. 14 - Feb. 14
Daily Bag Limit: 5 geese (Dark) 10 geese (White)