Canadian Waterfowl Hunts With Field Quarter
As many waterfowlers layer up and head out for late season hunts we’re already looking forward to early fall on the Canadian prairies where tennis shoes and t-shirts are a daily staple to start. Mild temperatures welcome hunters and birds alike to the farmlands of beautiful Alberta starting September 1st. The destination’s combination of weather, scenery, and thousands of birds makes for an unforgettable experience. Many of theses birds have never seen a human, much less a decoy before, so they readily succumb to our efforts afield.
The Ultimate Goose & Duck Hunting Experience
Big straps of ducks and geese are commonplace before the noon-time hour arrives every day. Following the hunter’s harvest pictures there is always a hearty lumberjack-style brunch and hot coffee to welcome hunters back to the lodge. After brunch hunters retreat to the living room to relax in front of the TV or head off down the hall to their rooms for a big nap. After naps our hunters enjoy hors d'oeuvres in the common area before heading back to the fields for their evening shoots. Post evening hunts our hunters return to a big home-style dinner and delicious desserts that are sure to satiate even the biggest appetites.
The Alberta Hunting Lodge
Our beautiful lodge is 4,700 sq ft of log cabin that has all of the comforts of home and then some. All rooms are double occupancy and there are men's/women's public-style washrooms in the same wing. We have a large commercial kitchen where our chefs will create incredible home cooked meals for you during your stay. We eat together at a large wooden dining table overlooking the beautiful valley below via a large picture window at the head of the table. When it's time to relax you can kick back in our trophy room in front of the large flat screen TV to take in a football game or share stories of days afield.
What to Expect at Field Quarter
We run a large full body spread of 15-20 dozen top quality decoys out of an enclosed cargo trailer. Most all of our hunts will take place out of A-frame blinds in dry crop fields. We build the spread and blinds together as one big team before each hunt. This gives clients the opportunity to interact with some of the gear and be more submersed in the overall experience. The average setup and breakdown time is roughly 20 minutes.
Ahead of your hunt, and while you're hunting, we always always have trucks on the road scouting to stay on top of the birds. We will typically shoot our dark geese in the morning and our ducks in the afternoon. If we successfully fill limits of both in the morning then the afternoons are free to play golf, explore, or join the guides on their evening scouting trips.