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Spring Snow Goose Hunt #7686480 12/11/19 10:18 PM
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A few buddies and I are trying to get a spring 2020 snow goose hunt together and just wanted to see if anyone on here had any recommendations on outfitters here in Texas. We would try to do an unguided hunt, but between us we only have around 10doz snow goose socks and don't have a place to go where we can get on some birds. Any advice/recommendations are welcome.

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Jake Huddleston in Port Lavaca is great.


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There are so few snows in Texas I woulndt even bother. Go north to Arkansas or Missouri.


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Originally Posted by wal1809
There are so few snows in Texas I woulndt even bother. Go north to Arkansas or Missouri.


+1 on Arkansas. I have several rice fields and flooded timber outside of England AR. The snows are THIIIIIIIIIICK right now.


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Originally Posted by Deputy T
Originally Posted by wal1809
There are so few snows in Texas I woulndt even bother. Go north to Arkansas or Missouri.


+1 on Arkansas. I have several rice fields and flooded timber outside of England AR. The snows are THIIIIIIIIIICK right now.


X10.... the days of Larry Gore are way behind us... go to Kansas, Missouri, Nebraska... people still kill them around the coast and on the prairie, but nothing like what it used to be.

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You can go to Arkansas or Missouri and see lots more geese but that does,nt mean you automatically shoot more. We shot 58 with Jake on March 5 2019 with 7 guys on the Tx coast. All good decoying birds too, not a bunch of spray and pray at birds looking from 50 yards or more. If you go east make sure you,re not going with some duck guide looking to make late season cash. Lots of folks got burned in Arkansas last season.


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Originally Posted by snogeese
You can go to Arkansas or Missouri and see lots more geese but that does,nt mean you automatically shoot more. We shot 58 with Jake on March 5 2019 with 7 guys on the Tx coast. All good decoying birds too, not a bunch of spray and pray at birds looking from 50 yards or more. If you go east make sure you,re not going with some duck guide looking to make late season cash. Lots of folks got burned in Arkansas last season.


or a non resident guide moving in to make money

i'll second Mr. Huddleston

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