Vermont Waterfowl and Duck Hunting

Goose and Duck hunters will find some excellent waterfowl hunting in Vermont.  Superb hunting for goldeneyes and late-migrating mallards and black ducks is common from mid-November through the close of the waterfowl hunting season in December. Both Canada geese and snow geese are frequently encountered in areas of Vermont with farm fields that provide food in the form of waste grains and green grasses. The state of Vermont snow goose seasons are liberal, reflecting the record number of snow geese in the Atlantic Flyway.

Vermont Ducking Hunting Guides
* All listing information was obtained from publicly available resources including the internet. We here at Foremost Hunting do not hold claim that the information above is of our own. In most cases the information was derived from the listings own website.

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Waterfowl Hunting Quotes

When ducks are flying toward you, it’s best not to call. Old-timers have a saying: “Call only to tips and tails.” That is, do your calling when you can see one wingtip and the tail, or both wings and the tail. The duck won’t be looking your way then, so it’s safe to blow the call.
- Ducks Unlimited

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