Huge flocks of snow geese settle in Arkansas and nearby states to gorge themselves in flooded rice fields. Light geese are legal to hunt during most of the Arkansas duck season, but once duck hunting closes, the regulations change dramatically.
How many snow geese can you kill in Arkansas?
Conservation Goose Bag Limits
The Arkansas Conservation Goose Season allows for no limit on Snows, Blues or Ross geese with no possession limit. Shoot as many as you can. Shoot’ Em All Jack!
Where is the best snow goose hunting?
Arkansas may be better known for flooded timber and mallards, but the Natural State is also home to some of the nation’s best hunting for spring snow geese.
What kind of geese are in Arkansas?
Black feet and legs.
- Canada Geese are extremely common in Arkansas.
- Canada Goose Range Map.
- Canada Geese are often heard in Arkansas.
- Snow Goose Range Map.
- Ross’s Goose Range Map.
- Cackling Goose Range Map.
- Greater White-fronted Goose Range Map.
How far can a snow goose fly in one day?
How far can snow geese fly in a day? A family may walk more than 2 miles per day between food sources and as much as 45 miles during the brood-rearing season. Young geese can fly 42-50 days after hatching.
How do you tell the difference between a duck and a goose?
Geese are generally larger than ducks. They have longer neck, more elongated body and longer legs compared to ducks. Ducks are usually smaller. They have stout body with short legs.
How many specks can you kill in Arkansas?
Those early hunts on the Texas prairies only allowed for one speck in the bag per day. This season both Arkansas and Mississippi’s daily limit is three and the limit in California is a whopping 10.
How many decoys do you need to hunt snow geese?
Set out a minimum of 500 decoys (1,000 to 1,500 is better). Supplement shell and silhouette decoys with lighter, less expensive white rags or white plastic bag decoys. Wear camouflage or white if snow covers the ground. Don’t over call.
What state has the best goose hunting?
Texas recorded the highest Total Goose Harvest, followed by North Dakota and neighboring Minnesota. And the Lone Star State was also tops for Total Active Goose Hunters, with Wisconsin and Minnesota close behind.