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Snow goose guide #8952429 11/09/23 10:09 PM
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Looking for snow geese, closer to North TEXAS the better but I’ll travel for whoever is good. Doesn’t need to be conservation hunt but can be just looking for a couple light geese for the wall. Who do y’all recommend?

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Not sure what you're experience is, but a lot of farmers out in Stuttgart/Des Arc will give you permission to hunt them if you want to make the drive. When I lived in NWA my buddies and I would scout fields and knock on the farmers doors. Most were more than happy to let you hunt them the next morning.


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Arkansas or Gulf Coast / Rice Prairie of Texas will be the most consistent. I have heard too many horror stories of AR goose outfitters, so I would lean making the drive to the coast. Jake Huddleston, Chris Slemp, or maybe Drake Plantation on the east side of Houston.

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There is a guy named Trevor Bennett who guides out near Lubbock I believe that seems to kill a lot of snow geese consistently.

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Thanks men

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Eastern Colorado maybe, will be cold though.

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Originally Posted by goosebuster
Arkansas or Gulf Coast / Rice Prairie of Texas will be the most consistent. I have heard too many horror stories of AR goose outfitters, so I would lean making the drive to the coast. Jake Huddleston, Chris Slemp, or maybe Drake Plantation on the east side of Houston.


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No way I'd go to Arkansas for snows. Jake Huddleston will be upfront with you and will cancel hunts if he doesn't have birds.


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