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Offline bowjunkie

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Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« on: December 04, 2018, 08:28:53 AM »
looking to do a guided hunt goose/snows  in the skagit area any good guide services around thanks shaun

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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #1 on: December 06, 2018, 07:36:53 AM »
No guides that could be recommended.  But they do seem to pop up on CL overnight.
Mainly snows in the Skagit area, some limited spots for good dark geese shoots with the occasional specs.  Many of the snows are being shot by young groups that have pooled their money together and setting up big spread with 10-15 shooters.  They might be guides this month, to take advantage of discounts on gear from companies.  Your crew will consist of 16 - 22 year old's that are eager to pull the trigger.

If you do have a good shoot you may have to sign a release as your pic will be a hashtag on every waterfowl site.  #@

If you want a good pit hunt over a nice spread with options to kill darks and snows while not knee deep in a soft spud field, east side would be your better option.  Bill Saunders, Eagle Lake, Honker Stompers and others have been doing very good on the birds.
« Last Edit: December 06, 2018, 07:48:47 AM by h2ofowlr »
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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #2 on: December 06, 2018, 07:40:36 AM »
My old man had two bad hunts with guides and a bad experience with a hunt club that took him out on a trial basis. From folks I've talked to the trip to go east of the mountains is well worth it.

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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #3 on: December 07, 2018, 07:44:24 AM »
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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #4 on: December 07, 2018, 08:08:51 AM »
No guides that could be recommended.  But they do seem to pop up on CL overnight.
Mainly snows in the Skagit area, some limited spots for good dark geese shoots with the occasional specs.  Many of the snows are being shot by young groups that have pooled their money together and setting up big spread with 10-15 shooters.  They might be guides this month, to take advantage of discounts on gear from companies.  Your crew will consist of 16 - 22 year old's that are eager to pull the trigger.

If you do have a good shoot you may have to sign a release as your pic will be a hashtag on every waterfowl site.  #@

If you want a good pit hunt over a nice spread with options to kill darks and snows while not knee deep in a soft spud field, east side would be your better option.  Bill Saunders, Eagle Lake, Honker Stompers and others have been doing very good on the birds.

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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #5 on: December 07, 2018, 09:35:06 AM »
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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #6 on: December 07, 2018, 12:43:38 PM »
I'm joining a group of 3 that is hunting snows with a knowwheretohunt guide near Skagit this weekend.  I'll post the results. We're still not sure if we're hunting Sat or Sunday.  Sunday looks slightly breezier.  We hunted honkers with Levi Meesberg at Mardon resort earlier this year and at the end of last year with fantastic results (fast limits).  Hoping for the same on the west side!

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Re: Any good guide services for goose in skagit area
« Reply #7 on: December 07, 2018, 12:49:58 PM »
No guides that could be recommended.  But they do seem to pop up on CL overnight.
Mainly snows in the Skagit area, some limited spots for good dark geese shoots with the occasional specs.  Many of the snows are being shot by young groups that have pooled their money together and setting up big spread with 10-15 shooters.  They might be guides this month, to take advantage of discounts on gear from companies.  Your crew will consist of 16 - 22 year old's that are eager to pull the trigger.

If you do have a good shoot you may have to sign a release as your pic will be a hashtag on every waterfowl site.  #@

If you want a good pit hunt over a nice spread with options to kill darks and snows while not knee deep in a soft spud field, east side would be your better option.  Bill Saunders, Eagle Lake, Honker Stompers and others have been doing very good on the birds.

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