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Canada Goose Hunting Tips

Date & From Hunting Tips
2013-10-16
By:Annonymous
Cover your face or turn away from the sun. On morning hunts, we waterfowl hunters are often faced with a west wind which points the blinds towards the rising morning sun. First of all. make sure you have a face shield to cover up with. Another good option is to set your blinds facing north of south of the sun (to reduce glare and so you do not have to try to shoot birds directly into the sun). Overload your decoys to one side of your blinds so they will fly across the front of your blinds. If you use the traditional U shape decoy spread, think about making the U into a J with the long arm of the J on the windward side and your blinds at the bottom of the J.
2013-03-06
By:Annonymous
On passing shots, when birds are moving from left to right, or right to left, use an aiming technique that allows you to see the target. Swing your shot gun muzzle through the target from behind, and swing it slightly below the bird so you can see the target all the way through the shot. ...and dont stop the swing when you pull the trigger, or you will likely shoot behind the bird.
2012-08-15
By:Waterfowler
If you are setting out snow goose and Canada goose decoys in the same spread, put the Canada goose decoys out front. Canadian geese will rarely fly over snow geese to land, but snow geese will fly over Canada's.
2011-07-13
By:Waterfowler
Make sure you are well equipped and well practiced with your goose calls before you start blowing them this fall. Poor callers mess up more shooting opportunities than dogs running around in the decoy spread. If you cant call, dont. Oh ya, and dont blow a snow goose call and expect the big Canadas to turn. They only react to their own kind.
Comments:

-> Agreed! Canada Geese are fussy but snow geese will come to a Canada call or sometimes even a duck quack.

2010-08-30
By:Annonymous
If you plan to pass shoot geese, make sure you have a plan and you have scouted the area first. If you are familiar with the major bird holding water holes and where they have been feeding in large numbers, then you have some pretty good information to work with. Make sure you spread out 100 yards apart or more, accross the flight path of the birds, That way someone will have a shot and you stay safe from each other. Often birds will flare to the side on the first shot giving another hunter a shot down the line.
2010-06-24
By:Annonymous
Canadian Geese normally head to the fields twice a day to feed in the fall. Between sunrise and mid morning all the Canada's will have left the water to find food, returning to the water for midday. By early to mid-afternoon, they will head out to the fields again until shortly before dark.
Comments:

-> Agreed! Canada Geese are fussy but snow geese will come to a Canada call or sometimes even a duck quack.

-> In shitty weather, especially cold days at the end of the season, geese will stay out all day to feed. They may hop fields but often don't gp back to the water until night

2010-06-24
By:Annonymous
If you are planning on back shooting geese, the best time is about one hour before sunset when they are beginning to arrive back from the fields. Pick a location close to the water line and in a direct path with the fields where they are feeding.
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Canada Goose Hunting Pictures

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Spring Snow Goose Hunting 2010


From: Watson, SK

April Snow Goose Hunting, if we could shoot better, there would be a lot more birds in this picture.

Ready for the birds


From: Watson, SK

Ready for the snow geese

Spring Snow Goose Hunting


From: Watson, SK

Banded Snow Goose


From: Saskatchewan

Birds on the table


From: Saskatchewan

Snow Goose Hunting


From: Dafoe, SK

2006 Fall Snow Goose Hunt


From: Dafoe, SK

Snows and Canada Geese


From: SK

Big Canada Geese


From: Lanigan, SK

Nov.8, 2009 hunt


From: New Brunswick

Canada Goose


From: SK

It's nice that Saskatchewan finally allows hunting on Sundays. Went out yesterday morning and dropped a couple of Canada geese by sneaking up on a dugout.

Saskatchewan Canada Goose Hunting


From: Near Saskatoon

Snow Goose Hunting


From: Quill Lakes, Saskatchewan

Brett's Goose Hunt


From: Watson, SK

A few of the 50 birds we knocked down on this hunt.

Handful of Snow Geese


From: Watson, SK

Here's a handful of 4 snows, 3 of them in blue phase.

Snow Swan?


From: Watson, SK

Brett wrung this one a bit to aggressively and turned a snow goose into a swan.

Spring Goose Hunting in Saskatchewan


From: Watson, SK

A nice snow and a blue phase snow.

Saskatchewan Goose Hunting


From: Watson, SK

We took a few pics before we cleaned all the 50 geese we shot last night and today.

Great Goose Hunting in the spring


From: Watson, SK

We knocked down 50 snow geese between our evening hunt and our morning hunt. If it would have been legal to shoot Ross's we would have easily had another 10 to 12 birds down. Could have had some canada geese as well.

Spring Snow Goose hunt


From: Watson, SK

Spring Snow Goose hunting near WAtson. We set out over 500 decoys, mostly wind socks. In the evening shoot and morning shoot we took about 50 snow geese.

Two Canada Geese


From: Quill Lakes, Sk

Pass shooting at first light. We saw about a 100,000 geese this morning. Most were flying too high but these two were just right. should have got the triple.

Canada Goose Hunting


From: Lanigan, SK

Knocked down about 30 Canada geese this afternoon.

Snows and Blues


From: Esk

Snow Goose Hunting near Esk, Saskatchewan. The birds didn't decoy really well this day but we managed to get about 20 snows and 10 or 12 ducks in the morning.

Specklebelly


From: North of Jansen, SK

This speck was one of the many we saw this day, but the only one we put down.

4 Snows and an eaglehead


From: Quill Lakes

Today we shot 105 birds, a mix of ross geese, snow geese, and eagleheads. The ducks never showed up or we might have had more.

Craig and Nick


From: Quill Lakes

Two of the hunters from our 106 bird morning.

Pile of Snow Geese


From: Quill Lakes

Father and Son and a pile of snow geese.

Raining Geese


From: Quill Lakes

We were hunting in a field just off the Quill Lakes when we shot this video. In total, we shot 105 birds that day. The decoy layout and electronic calls really worked.
click for video Raining Geese

Big Canadas


From: Jansen, SK

We were set up in Eliminator lay down blinds south of Jansen, SK. ducks kept coming by the thousands. We had our limit of ducks in about 30 minutes. A few flocks of Canada's came in as well, some greaters and some lessers.

sand hill cranes


From: Dafoe, SK

We had just set up our decoys and a flock of 10 to 12 sandhill cranes came for a look. We grabbed our guns and jammed a few shells in just in time. Dave go two on the first pass. We tried calling them back but they veered off at 100 yards and never came back

hunting in Saskatchewan.


From: Quill Lakes, Saskatchewan

Goose, duck and sandhill crane hunting near Quill Lakes

hunting in Saskatchewan.


From: Quill Lakes, Saskatchewan

Goose, duck and sandhill crane hunting near Quill Lakes

Canada Goose hunting


From: Saskatoon, SK

Reg Aupperle Saskatoon, SK October, 2000 Just got back from a morning field shoot with my golden retriever Bones.  We knocked down six big Canada's but we only came home with 4. The four were adult birds and the largest weighing in at 10.5 pounds a good weight for this time of the year. I had four dozen shell decoys out and was using Super magnum decoy to hide in. I had some big Canada's land only 20 yards from me so  it was a great morning. I called that flock right in and then missed with my first shot. I am once again not happy with the steel shot but I will have to get used to it. I knocked two more big birds down only to have them get up and fly away when the dog approached them the geese are not even well feathered yet. I am shooting the remington 3" shells loaded with BB, I thought that it would have the knock down power I guess I was wrong with those two geese the other  three were stone dead. I had to ring one neck. I would like to hear from other people from Saskatchewan that have been out. I know that it is early but any info would be appreciated.

Canada Goose hunting


From: Saskatoon, SK

Reg Aupperle Saskatoon, SK October, 2000 Just got back from a morning field shoot with my golden retriever Bones.  We knocked down six big Canada's but we only came home with 4. The four were adult birds and the largest weighing in at 10.5 pounds a good weight for this time of the year. I had four dozen shell decoys out and was using Super magnum decoy to hide in. I had some big Canada's land only 20 yards from me so  it was a great morning. I called that flock right in and then missed with my first shot. I am once again not happy with the steel shot but I will have to get used to it. I knocked two more big birds down only to have them get up and fly away when the dog approached them the geese are not even well feathered yet. I am shooting the remington 3" shells loaded with BB, I thought that it would have the knock down power I guess I was wrong with those two geese the other  three were stone dead. I had to ring one neck. I would like to hear from other people from Saskatchewan that have been out. I know that it is early but any info would be appreciated.

Canada Goose Hunting Videos

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Saskatchewan

Hunting Geese in Central Saskatchewan with Honker Heaven Outfitters

Honker Heaven


Saskatchewan

Ducks Unlimited in 2010 hunting in Saskatchewan for Waterfowl with Prairie Rose Outfitters. Features mallard duck and Canada goose hunting in the Central region of Saskatchewan, in the heart of the prairie pothole region.

Ducks Unlimited Hunting in Saskatchewan


Saskatchewan

DU TV hunting waterfowl in Saskatchewan with Prairie Rose Outfitters in the prairie pothole region. Hosts Mike Chekett and Huntley Ritter are joined by DU Canada CEO Jeff Nelson for a 3 day duck and goose hunt.

DU TV Waterfowl Hunt


Saskatchewan

Ducks Unlimited TV Show Hunts with Prairie Rose Outfitters in Saskatchewan for geese and ducks.

Ducks Unlimited 2010 Saskatchewan


Saskatchewan

Ducks Unlimited TV hunting in Saskatchewan with Prairie Rose Outfitters. This hunt, in a pea field, is the last hunt of the episode. The DU TV crew shoot a mixed bag of snow geese, Canada geese, and mallards despite a day with almost zero wind conditions.

Ducks Unlimited 2010 Saskatchewan Hunt
















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