Get ready! January is right in the center of the peak season for snow goose hunting!
Because Tennessee and Arkansas are smack dab in the middle of the migration flyway–a “highway” of sorts used by waterfowl moving from the chillier, Northern climates to the warmer environs of the South–this makes them the perfect spot for some serious hunting trips!
So, you’ve got your reservation lined up and gas in your tank to make the drive over to the wetlands–now what?
Read on to find out how to get the most out of your next snow geese hunting trip!
Hide all signs of human activity. Cover up tire tracks, pick up any trash left behind (especially if they give off a shiny glint like aluminum wrappers), and park any vehicles at least half a mile away from where you’ll be stationed.
It’s recommended you use 12- or 10-gauge shotguns for snow goose hunting. For ammo, use BBs or BBBs, and bring at least 2-3 boxes of ammo per day per hunter. Make sure to bring a backup gun in case your first one jams at any point!
As we always say here at Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide–are you ready for some feathers in your face?! With decades of waterfowl hunting under our belt, get ready for the snow geese hunting trip of your life. Not only will you make lasting memories to take the folks back home, but you’ll gain experience you won’t find anywhere else that will follow you for the rest of your life.
There’s nothing like the feel of bringing your own meal to the dinner table, personally tracked, hunted, and cleaned. Reserve your spot on the next snow goose hunt with Reelfoot Lake Duck Hunting Guide today.