Snow Goose Hunting

Spring snow goose hunts in Nebraska, Read about our Nebraska spring snow goose hunts that take place in South Western Nebraska, & Western Nebraska


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.



License Cost Information

Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Hunting License

  • Resident License
    $18.00 Hunt Permit
    $10.00 State Stamp
    $25.00 Habitat Stamp
    $26.50 Federal Stamp
    Free Hip Number Registration

    Total Cost

    $79.50 wo/Federal Stamp
    $53.00 w/Federal Stamp

  • Non-Resident License
    $97.00 Hunt Permit
    $10.00 State Stamp
    $25.00 Habitat Stamp
    $26.50 Federal Stamp
    Free Hip Number Registration

    Total Cost

    $158.50 wo/Federal Stamp
    $132.00 w/Federal Stamp

  • Resident Apprentice
    $5.00 Apprentice Permit
    $10.00 State Stamp
    $25.00 Habitat Stamp
    $26.50 Federal Stamp

    Total Cost

    $66.50 wo/Federal Stamp
    $40.00 w/Federal Stamp

  • Non-Resident Apprentice
    $5.00 Apprentice Permit
    $10.00 State Stamp
    $25.00 Habitat Stamp
    $26.50 Federal Stamp

    Total Cost

    $66.50 wo/Federal Stamp
    $40.00 w/Federal Stamp

  • Resident Youth Under 16
    Free

  • Non-Resident Youth Under 16
    $18.00 Youth Hunt Permit
    $10.00 State Stamp
    $25.00 Habitat Stamp
    $26.50 Federal Stamp
    Free Hip Number Registration

    Total Cost

    $79.50 wo/Federal Stamp
    $53.00 w/Federal Stamp


Permit Info

General License Information

A Nebraska hunt (small game) permit is required of residents 16 years of age and older and nonresidents, regardless of age, who hunt or possess upland game, rabbits, squirrels, doves and other webless migratory birds, or waterfowl. Nonresident hunters of coyotes, porcupine, prairie dog and woodchuck must have a small game hunt permit, but do not need a Habitat stamp.

Exceptions: Farmers or ranchers and immediate family who actually live on the land they own or lease may hunt upland game (except turkeys), squirrels and rabbits within a hunting season on that land within current regulations, without a hunt permit. Resident hunters of coyotes, porcupine, prairie dog and woodchuck do not need a permit to hunt these species.

Hunter Education: Hunter Education is required of hunters ages 12 through 29. Hunters who have not completed hunter education may obtain an Apprentice Hunter Education Exemption Certificate, if eligible.

Stamps: A habitat stamp is required of residents 16 years of age and older and nonresidents, regardless of age, to hunt upland game, rabbits, squirrels, doves and other webless migratory birds. A Nebraska waterfowl stamp is required along with a habitat stamp, Federal Duck stamp and HIP number to hunt waterfowl. These stamps can be purchased annually or a lifetime option is available for state stamps.;



Dates & Regulations

Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Season Dates

East zone: Feb. 11, 2019 – April 15, 2019
Rainwater basin zone: Feb. 11, 2019 – April 5, 2019
West zone: Feb. 11, 2019 – April 5, 2019


Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Hunt Regulations

Unplugged shotguns, Electronic Calls, No Daily Limits or Possession Limits, No Federal or State Waterfowl Stamps Required, Must have a valid hunting license from any state, must obtain your Nebraska Spring Snow Goose Hunting Permit Number, Must leave 1 wing attached when transporting waterfowl across state or country borders.

Shooting time: 30 minutes before sunrise to 30 minutes after sunset

If you live in Nebraska or you are looking to get information about a snow goose hunt in Nebraska then contact us today to find out about spring snow goose hunting in Nebraska this upcoming spring snow goose season. If we don't answer the mobile number listed above please leave a voice mail and we will be happy to return your call ASAP. Or if you don't feel like leaving a voicemail or calling us directly you can contact us VIA email which is also located above or you can conveniently fill out our contact form and let us know what you maybe looking for and we can contact you from the form information. Thank you for checking us out and we look forward to seein you and your party in the field this spring.




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Spring Snow Goose Hunting Dates
Spring Snow Goose Hunts

Check out our spring snow goose hunts for the spring snow goose hunting season.
Following the reverse snow goose migration since 1999!

Available Hunting Dates
February - March

We start our hunts in early to mid February in Either Missouri or Kansas depending on the weather and the snow goose migration location. Typically we will start our hunts in the Central Missouri region. If, winter still has it's clutches on that area we will either move over into North Eastern Kansas or be forced to move down into the Missouri bootheel or even in Arkansas if needed. Contact us for more information today !

Missouri Snow Goose Hunts
  • February - March
  • West Central, Central, & Eastern Missouri
  • Spring snow goose hunts with us in the snow goose capital of the world chasing the spring snow goose migration in the Show Me State.
Iowa Snow Goose Hunts
  • March
  • Northern Western Missouri & South Western Iowa
  • Join for a spring snow goose hunting adventure chasing the spring snow goose migration in the Hawkeye State.
Kansas Snow Goose Hunts
  • February - March
  • Southern Central & South Eastern Kansas
  • Enjoy a spring snow goose hunting trip with us chasing the spring snow goose migration in the Sunflower State.
Nebraska Snow Goose Hunts
  • March
  • South Central, Eastern, & South Eastern Nebraska
  • Come and join us this spring snow goose hunting season chasing the spring snow goose migration in the Corn Husker State.

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Spring Snow Goose Hunting Photos
Spring Snow Goose Hunts

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Spring Snow Goose Hunts Guides

Spring Snow Goose Hunting Info
Spring Snow Goose Hunts

Read about the light goose conservation order as well as get information regarding our spring snow goose hunts from what to bring to rules and regulations for each state that we hunt in. Find relavant spring snow goose hunting information before you go on your next spring snow goose hunt.