Waterfowl Hunting Trips

If you can find some water, shelter, and something to eat, you will likely find ducks in the area. If you’re find ducks, you’ll likely find a goose too. Ducks, geese, and other near-water species such as Sandhill Cranes make a special group of game, these are called “waterfowl.” Hence the waterfowl hunting term.  

Both ducks and geese don’t require a lot of rest. Furthermore, they don’t rely on a single area to eat. Ducks are always moving around from feeding to shelter areas and back, and hunters either intercept them on their way (known as pass shooting), or to wait for them on feeding areas, using decoys and calls to attract them to your blind. The majority of waterfowl hunts take place in cold and wet environments, so you have to be mindful of your situation when out hunting. Most species of ducks and geese are  hard to bring down, so your shotgun and shells better be good, as well as your shooting skills. A good retriever is highly desirable to assist you on your hunt.

Available Waterfowl Hunts

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Alberta Waterfowl Hunt

Waterfowl Hunting With Tru Flight Adventures

Here at Tru Flight Adventures, we give you the opportunity to choose from a wide range of waterfowl hunts. We vet all of our partners to make sure we’re offering the best hunting packages possible. Above, you’ll see all the waterfowl hunts we have available. There’s a number of different states where waterfowls hunting takes place, Florida being one of the most popular. However, waterfowl hunting takes place in Texas, Louisiana, South Carolina, Mississippi, and other states. There’s also a lot of waterfowl hunting done in Canada.

When Can You Go Waterfowl Hunting?

There’s a number of different times you can go duck hunting, it varies depending on the state or country you go hunting in. You can hunt duck in many states across America, such as California, West Virginia, New York, New Jersey, Michigan, Iowa, Kansas, Virginia, North Carolina, and many other states. 

Duck hunting season usually starts around early October, some states like Arkansas have Early Teal and that begins September 15th each year. Many states have limits to how many ducks you can kill, so be sure to keep that in mind. 

You can also go duck hunting in Canada, we have a great partner for Alberta waterfowl hunting.

Why Go Waterfowl Hunting?

Continuous, assured success in waterfowl hunting requires a lot of dedication, knowledge, investment into boats, blinds, decoys, calls and retrievers, and experience. This is why a first-time waterfowler, or someone who has recently moved to a different duck or goose country, will make the right choice if they start out with an experienced, reputable guide.

But whether you do, or go the DIY route, you will be rewarded with a hunt that’s never dull. It offers some of the hardest and fast-paced bird shooting ever, and when they don’t fly, you will be rewarded with a chance to witness nature’s most intimate scenes from your blind. Book a waterfowl hunt and see for yourself.

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