March 27, 2018

FAQ

  • The hunting grounds are located in the peak of the birds’ flyway in eastern Ontario. During the early season in September, we will be hunting in Picton, Ontario. In October and November we will be hunting in Alexandria, Cornwall, Vankleek Hill and Casselman. We will return to Picton and explore the Amherst Island in December and January for late-season mallard, geese and divers. For the spring snow geese season in March, April and May, we will be hunting in Alexandria, Cornwall, Vankleek Hill and Casselman.
  • We guarantee a minimum of action, but we do not guarantee you will reach catch limits. It’s still hunting and no matter how hard we try to fool the birds, some days are harder than others. In rare case where we experience a terrible hunt (no shooting at all); we will bring you back free of charge, except for snow geese. It can be a hit-or-miss, sometimes we shoot 80 geese, the next day we shoot 10, then the next day 50, next day 60, next day 6; that’s the just the way snow goose hunting goes. The best we can do is hunt in the afternoon at no extra charge. No rain check will be issued. We deploy all possible efforts to provide an excellent hunting experience. We guarantee a sizeable spread and efficient scouting. We have an excellent average and attract large vortexes.
  • We recommend you use quality shells (3 or 3.5 inch shotgun shells, with 2 or BB shot size pellets).
  • Shots can be fired from 15 to 80 yards depending on the day.
  • In the spring, snow geese represent the biggest challenge in the waterfowl world.