Snow Goose Hunting Guides
Our Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Hunts
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Nebraska is and has been a pinch point for the Central & Mississippi Flyway populations of snow geese. The corn husker state has so much to offer the snow geese on their way north, with huge fields and vast landscapes with tons of crop fields and food sources its no wonder the snows travel through this corridor on their way back to the tundra each year. Not only is there plenty of food for filling the bellies of large masses of snow geese but there is plenty of water to go around as well. With the great Platte River floodings as well as plenty of lakes, ponds, and many other water sheds and structures in the state the birds have so many options for roosting and staying comfortable after they push up into the central plains. The only drawback about Nebraska is the license cost is one of the most expensive in the country for non-residents as they don't have an actual conservation order license to purchase so you have to purchase the regular non-resident waterfowl licenses which can be pricey. The other drawback about the corn husker state is the weather is a bit more inconsistant and with late winters or late snow storms it can cause issues trying to stay consistent hunting snows as well. However, when the hunting is good there it is really good. We really enjoy chasing snow geese around the Platte River area and Eastern Nebraska along the Missouri River as well.