Three Snow Goose Hunting Migration Stages
have hunted snow geese for several years and have tried many different things over those years. There are different stages of the migration that you need to be aware of. There is the first push which is typically adult snow geese that have litterally seen it all and have been hunted for years. Then there is the middle of the migration where you start seeing alot younger dumber birds that havent seen as many spreads and decoy a little easier but still alot of adults mixed in and then you get the last push which is young Ball Gown robes de mariée
birds and old adult birds that cannot breed anymore. Snow geese are some of the hardest birds to decoy, but when the conditions are right they are a really fun bird to hunt! Now to break it
down: First Push: Really tough to decoy but definetly tough to resist to try and decoy because there are so many birds in the area. This is tough because there is so much competion and other live birds that often times leaves you with really tough decoying. Just because you see 20k-40k in a field does not mean you are going to hammer the birds the next day(trust me)! Numbers of decoys is Key here if you are going to have success decoying these older birds. Some say that the average age of a snow goose is 13 years old and if this fact is true, that snow goose has been hunted 117 months out of 156 months of its life. That goose has seen thousands of spreads up
and down the flyway. This is the push that your going to shoot more bands and collars in which is one of the reasons people go out after them so
hard. Second Push: Not as much comptetion with other birds, but easy enough to scout and find an X to hunt, your going to have some success with these birds most likely. Not a bad group of birds to hunt in my opinion. You are going to want a pretty descent size spread to make things work most of the time, this part of the migration responds to your extras in the spread better such as Fliers,Gaine & robes de mariée colonne rotaries, ect…. Your going to have a higher percentage of younger birds in these flocks. Third Push: Young and dumb is all I have to say, they are staged up in pockets and often times are very hard to scout! You should expect to put on alot of miles scouting. If you find these birds you will put up good numbers and your success will sky rocket. A Large spread is not really a must but definetly will help you, but these flocks are traveling usually in flocks of 5k, not 20k plus. This is my 2 cents and
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take it for what its worth, weather has factors in all of this as well, these statements are not science just my opinion I hope this helps you in the field and gives you a better understanding on the spring snow goose migration.