A Typical Day of Hunting in Canada

Rise and shine to a hot coffee and snacks. From there we will load up and follow your guide to the field that was scouted the day before.

Your guide will know right where the birds were feeding the night before. Location is paramount when chasing feeding. The setup will begin with some decoy and blind placement. It is a great time to take in the surroundings of this beautiful country and get ready for an action packed morning.

After your morning shoot we will pack up and get back to town for a brunch and share laughs and memories about the morning hunt. Time permitting a short nap is in store before your evening hunt.

That afternoon you will be taken to a pothole duck shoot or another field to finish your limits. Generally we target geese in the morning and ducks in the evening but it is not uncommon to find fields with both waterfowl species feeding together. You will be treated to a filling dinner that evening as you reminisce on the day’s hunt. You and your friends will be able to relax and get ready for the next day’s hunt.

In the event you are limited out on your ducks and geese that morning, you may want to relax in the billiard room for some fun and drinks, explore the town, or just relax in your room for a nap. Either way, when you come hunt with SPO we will work as hard as we can to ensure your hunt of a lifetime while having a great experience north of the border. We want you to have an experience that keeps you coming back year after year.

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