Arkansas Spring Snow Goose Hunts

Arkansas Spring Snow Goose Hunts

Arkansas spring snow goose huntsOur Arkansas spring snow goose hunts are based in East Central Arkansas within driving distance of Stuttgart incase you want to check out the areas rich waterfowl hunting history. A very large portion of the Mid-Continental snow goose population comes through Arkansas which presents great opportunities for fantastic hunting. Arkansas snow goose hunting is some of our favorite, from taking it to them in the many winter wheat fields or chasing them in the rice fields its is something everyone needs to experience. On January 30th we pull the plugs out of the guns, slap on the extensions, and charge up the electronic callers because we start guiding in Arkansas Feb 1.st From Feb 1st till Feb 5th Arkansas runs a five day conservation season (Which we do special pricing on a full five day hunt during these dates so ask us about them) and then a two day split on Feb 6th and 7th for a youth weekend. We start back at in on the 8th of February and will hunt in Arkansas until late February depending on weather and migration patterns.

We will be running large spreads of Avian X fullbody decoys accompanied with white rock wind socks. You will also be hunting over multiple spinners along with plenty of extra flyers to give plenty of motion. We will be pumping out sound with 2-4 of our 4 speaker e-callers. You will be surrounded by all this top quality equipment while you are hiding in your lay out blind, we run two different sizes to make sure we have the right one to fit you.

On a typical morning your snow goose guide will meet you and guide you to the field we are set up on which will probably be a rice or winter wheat field. Once you get in the blinds you will find yourself overlooking a large spread of decoys. We stay mobile which enables us to make sure we are hunting fields that have recently had birds in them. The first flights of the mornings can be some of the best action so we will make sure we are ready to go by shooting time. We normally take a short break to regroup ourselves and grab a bite to eat. On migration days we may have continued action all day. Other days there may be a lull in the action mid afternoon, if you want to take a break on those days its up to you, after lunch and regrouping we will wrap up the day with an evening hunt that will take us to ½ hour after sunset.  You will enjoy your first Arkansas spring snow goose hunt.

Arkansas Regulations:
Hunting is allowed from 30 minutes before sunrise until 30 minutes after sunset.
There is no daily bag limit or possession limit.
Hunters may use unplugged shotguns.
Hunters may use electronic calls.
No federal or state waterfowl stamps are required to hunt during the conservation order.
Hunters must have a valid hunting license, but it may be from any state.
All hunters participating in the conservation order must get a free registration permit number.

Click here to get your free Arkasas registration permit.

What to bring:

  • Shotgun (12 or 10 gauge) and cleaning kit you will be shooting lots of shells.
  • White or Camouflage Jacket or sweatshirt.
  • Warm and cold weather clothes. Come prepared for any weather.  It can range from as cold as 0 degrees to in the 60′s.  Also be prepared for rain, snow or sunshine as it is springtime and we never know what it will throw at us.
  • Knee-high boots are recommended
  • Ammo 3″-3 1/2″( 2′s or bb’s are recommended).
  • At least 3 boxes of shells per day.
  • Camouflage or white face mask.
  • White or Camouflage Stocking cap
  • Large coolers for your birds (guide will clean your birds for $3/per bird).
  • Camera to capture all the great memories.