SEASON DATES , LIMITS & PRICING
MOURNING DOVES-September 1 -Nov. 29 , 2018
Limit-15 Mourning Doves,no limit on Eurasion Collared Doves Collared Doves year round.
Possession Limit-(3) Daily bag limits,no possession limit on fully feathered Eurasion Collared Doves. Price-$150 half day
SEPT. EARLY TEAL- September 8 -16 , 2018 Limit-Six Teal
Possession Limit-(3) Daily bag limits. Price-$240 half day morning hunts only. (3 gun max.)
NORTHERN FRONT RANGE EARLY GOOSE SEASON
Sept. 29 - October 10 ,2018
Limit-(5) Dark Geese, Possession Limit-(3) Daily bag limits. Price-$240 half day hunts only. (5 gun max.)
CENTRAL FLYWAY REGULAR GOOSE SEASON
November 17 ,2018-February 17 ,2019 , Limit-(5) Dark Geese,(50) Light Geese
Possession Limit-(3) Daily bag limits. Price-$200 half day $240 full day.(5 gun max.)
CENTRAL FLYWAY NORTHEAST ZONE DUCK SEASON
October 6 -November 26 ,2018 second split December 15 -January 27 ,2019
Limit-(6) Ducks,excluding Mergansers.Of the six ducks,no more than (5) may be Mallards
of which no more than (2) can be hens.Also of these six no more than (2) Pintails (2) Canvasback,
(2) Redheads,(3) Wood Ducks (3) Scaup.The limit for Mergansers is(5),no more than (2) of these can be Hooded Mergansers.The limit for Coots is(15) Possession Limit-(3) Daily bag limits. Price-$240 half day hunts only,( 3 gun max.)
Youth Waterfowl Hunting Days
Sept. 29, 30 2018, Limits same as above regular seasons. Price-Youth under 12 are half price.
Nebraska Light Goose Conservation Action
Zone 3-West unit, Feb 2019 -April 2019. Call for pricing packages.
Nebraska Spring Turkey Season- April -May 2019, Up to three birds. Call for pricing packages, all above dates and rates subject to change.
All waterfowl hunts are a (2) gun minimum. Youth hunters under the age of 12 are $120
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COLORADO WATERFOWL HUNTING
COLORADO LICENSE FEES:
- Resident Small Game License-$21
- Nonresident Small Game License(one day)-$11
- Youth(under 18) Small Game License-$1.75
- Colorado State Waterfowl Stamp-$5
- Federal Migratory Waterfowl Stamp-$25
A Hunters Safety Card is required to purchase a license in Colorado, a copy will not be accepted, it must be your original card.
All Colorado waterfowl hunters born on or after Jan. 1 1949, must have a card to purchase a license in the state of Colorado, no exceptions will be made with license clerks.
Goose and duck hunters in Colorado are also required to sign up for the Harvest Information Program, otherwise known as HIP before their license is valid.This number is on the physical license and must be called in, or registered online prior to hunting waterfowl in the state of Colorado.
Colorado nonresident goose and duck hunters may also purchase a license online by using a credit card at www.wildlife.state.co.us
Goose and Duck Hunting on Colorado's Front Range can offer a variety of temperatures, so dress according and be prepared to shed clothing as conditions warrant. Temperatures on the Eastern Front range can have swings of over 30 degrees in the course of one day.
Temperatures in the Fall and Winter can be from 70 degrees to well below zero so warm clothing and boots are highly recommended, along with any other personal gear such as sunglasses and even sunscreen. Some Duck Hunts may require a pair of hip boots or waders. We recommend using 12 gauge shotguns with either improved cylinder or open chokes with nontoxic (steel, hevi-shot) in BB's, BBB's for geese and 2's ,4's for ducks.
THINGS TO KNOW....
Several items are not included in the package pricing these are: Transportation to and from the hunting location, bird cleaning and storage, licenses and stamps, ammo and firearms, lodging, meals and guide gratuity. We can assist you in the booking of a clean comfortable room at a company discounted rate.
We also can point you in the right direction for supplies, restaurants and other needs that you may have. It is our main objective to assure your stay and hunt is as pleasant as possible.
For spouses or others traveling with you on your hunt that are not hunting, there are numerous shopping and site seeing opportunities throughout the Front Range region.