Maine Waterfowl Hunting
Hunt Canada Geese, mallards, teal, black ducks, wood ducks and more in fields and small ponds for great waterfowl hunting in Maine.
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Half day hunts locally or full day hunts in northern Maine.
Prices start at $175 for one person and $100/ each additional person.
Canada Goose hunting in fields.
Goose hunt from layout blinds in corn, grain and potato fields. Prices start at $175 for one person and $100/each additional person.
Northern Maine hunts
Duck and goose hunt packages
We take groups to northern Maine for a minimum of 3 days of duck and goose hunting in prime waterfowl country. Packages include lodging, meals and hunting and start at $325/day/person.
Maine Waterfowl Hunting
Maine has excellent duck hunting inland.
Most people think of sea ducks when they think of duck hunting in Maine but we have plenty of opportunities for puddle ducks in corn fields locally and grain fields in northern Maine.
Ammo,at 7 months, with his first goose retrieve!
Guided Hunts for Duck and Goose in Maine
Everything is provided- all you need is your license, federal and state waterfowl stamps, shotgun and ammo.
We offer local guided hunts for duck and goose with half day and full day options. Half day hunts are typically early morning and you may want to stay in one of our cabins the night before. Duck hunts are mostly small farm ponds, and local rivers hunting from blinds. Goose hunts are in fields using layout blinds in corn or grain fields. In some cases ducks may buzz our goose hunts in the early morning. Trips to northern Maine are in September and October and include lodging, meals and hunting twice a day. Northern Maine has experienced an increase in the goose population in recent years and it is not uncommon to see 1000 birds in a day. Having grown up in Presque Isle I don't remember the goose population being what it is today and many of the longtime residents ( mostly family still living there) have confirmed that it never used to be this way. But it is great hunting now because the farmers have diversified their crops and the goose population has increased.