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 Hunt
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 brunch complete with hot coffee to welcome hunters back to the lodge. After this many a hunter will sneak in a strong nap before rallying back out to the fields for their evening shoots.
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 layout blinds or pop-up willow blinds in dry crop fields.
These are migratory birds and they will move on the slightest weather change at times so we are mobile and stay on top of the birds to get you the best hunting every day that we can. If it is possible we will shoot our Dark Geese and Ducks out of the same spread in the morning, If not we will shoot ducks in the afternoon. We aim to kill limits of both everyday but with weather changes and migrating birds this is not always the case. With that being said I can ASSURE YOU that we will be doing our absolute best to get you in the right field to have the hunt of your life.