NEBRASKA SPRING CONSERVATION
3 Day Hunt: $1500 / Gun
Minimum group of 6 required!
Lodging Not Included
Hotel Recommendations will be made based on location.
Dining is Client's Responsibility
Birds are 100% Client's Responsibility
50% Non-refundable Deposit Required
Military / First Responder Discounts
Maximum Group of 8
Youth Hunters 16 & Under = Free with adult hunter. 1:1
Reserve your hunt today!
Booking / Deposits:
605-281-0860 or email@example.com
Realism, safety, concealment, and location are our biggest concerns when putting our clients under the birds!
All of our spreads are updated, new and comfortable.
*Hunting will begin at shooting light to lunch. If there is a good bird movement lunch will be provided to the blind. In the event the flight slows we will break for lunch and continue hunting the duration of the day after our mid-afternoon break.
*Field proven and trained dogs will be provided.
*We are not requiring long transits to and from the field. Our spreads will be anywhere from 10-25 miles from the recommended hotels.
Safety is paramount when hunting with us. No safety violations will be tolerated in our spreads. The guide will provide instruction prior to your hunt so you know exactly what to expect and what to do while hunting with us.
Ammunition & Licensing
3” -- 1, 2, 3 Shot or BB (2-3 Boxes / Day / Person)
Shotgun and ammunition are 100% clients responsibility. Extra shotguns will available if a client experiences an issue with their own firearm.
LICENSING REQUIREMENTS: https://ngpc-home.ne.gov/
2023 Annual Non-Resident License
Conservation Habitat Stamp
State Waterfowl Stamp
Federal Duck Stamp
Harvest Information Program (HIP number)
Daily scouts are on the road to ensure you stay under the flight line. Feed fields will be provided based on scout's judgement.
Our guides have hunted Nebraska for years and have had consistent success hunting migrator spreads in this area. Our guides have over 25 combined years of experience hunting snow geese ranging from Arkansas, Missouri, Nebraska, Kansas, South Dakota, and North Dakota.