SNOW GOOSE OUTFITTERS REPORT 4/5/2013
As the season progresses the geese are migrating further north as the snow recedes, most guides continue to follow as others draw the season to a close. All are reporting a nice mix of adults and juvies making for some great shooting. Now is the time to contact these guides for a hunt to remember as plenty of dates are still available while the birds are here. Time is running out as the weather warms and spring comes to full bloom and the geese continue northward. Don’t hesitate or you’ll be waiting another year! Tracy Northup with Up North Outfitters
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reports that the birds are still flying but has
discontinued operations as of last Sunday. Keep him in mind for future hunts and be
sure to check out his website at www.huntupnorth.com Mat Schauer with Northern Skies Outfitters has followed the migration and is in the northern part of South Dakota and reports lots of geese with a decent amount of juvies mixed in to make for some excellent shooting. They are responding well to the rotary machines and his groups are averaging 40-50 birds per day with their high fields taking up to 90 birds! The warm weather has been a factor earlier this week but he indicated that the birds are still thick in the area as http://laxaprogeneric4anxiety.com/ they had taken 48 snows Friday morning
even though the weather had turned colder and windy. Mat plans on continuing veterinary pharmacy online canada through April so contact him at www.northernskiesoutfitters.com Dean Tlougan with Premier Flight Guide Service is guiding in the center of South Dakota and is enjoying excellent hunting with very consistant shooting. He attributes his success to hunting fresh fields and indicated that the flocks are now mixed with many juvies keeping the action strong. Dean reports hunters bagging 20-30 birds daily. Contact him at www.goosegrinders.com Terry Mittelsteadt with Grounded Gander Goose Service is in north central South Dakota and is putting his clients on the birds. Although reporting a lot of hunting pressure in the area he has been able to consistently bring birds to his spreads. Terry reports that the flocks are now mixed with more juveniles and as a result he has averaged over 20 birds per day, including two banded birds this past week! Contact Terry at www.huntingwithterry.com for more information. Doug Cox with In Tight Outfitters has ended his season, but reports that the birds are still in the vicinity and his crew enjoyed some much deserved gunning for themselves during the week. www.intightoutfitters.com We were unable to contact Dan Hogfoss with GooseHog Oudoors but he had indicated that he was wrapping up the season this week. He can be contacted at www.goosehogoutdoors.com John Neu with Neu Outdoors is now located in SE South Dakota and is reporting average hunting with increasing numbers of both birds seen and shot everyday. www.neuoutdoors.com