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  • jhunter16
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    We had a good hunt out of a pit 3 years ago, three days of good shooting. Mostly rossies and juvies, maybe we just had fresh birds?

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  • Luv2Decoy
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    I had a client/friend that booked a hunt with Central NE outfitters for himself and 3 employees. Worst experience that he had ever encountered on a guided hunt. Stuck them in a pit used for dark geese, they never saw a snow goose. Meanwhile we were hunting 15 miles away decoyed and shot big numbers.


    Whoever you book with, be sure and find out if you are hunting a fixed location or in a field that was scouted the previous day.

  • jhunter16
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    Wyobraska and Blackgoose is eastern Nebraska. Central Nebraska Outfitters for western (Paxton). Couldn't tell you much about any central Nebraska outfitters.

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  • Alex T.
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    Yep, I couldn't remember the name but Gooseneck would be a good choice

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  • waterfowler6963
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    Look up Gooseneck Outfitter on Facebook and give Chad a call you will be glad you did!

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  • rbhunter
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    You might want to try JJ Randolph at WyoBraska outfitters or at least give him a call and talk to him. I haven't hunted snows with him but did hunt ducks and geese with him for the first time this year and I will be going back.

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  • Alex T.
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    Riverfront up in Tekamah. Usually has quite a few shooters but they usually do well.

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  • riverrat86
    started a topic Question: Snow goose guides

    Snow goose guides

    Looking for recommendations on hunting guides for snows this spring in eastern nebraska.
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