What We Provide

On a waterfowl hunting trip we will provide:

  • Hot Fields and Waterholes where the ducks and geese want to be!
  • Decoys – Full body, water, silhouettes, flags, etc.
  • Blinds – Layouts, duck blinds, etc.
  • Expert Calling to get them in your sights.

What You’ll Need

During a waterfowl hunting trip you’ll need to bring the following:

  • Firearm –

    We advise at least 12 ga. or larger

  • Licenses – State small game, state waterfowl and Federal waterfowl. You can purchase Michigan Hunting Licenses online.
  • Clothes – warm, cold and foul weather clothes in camouflage.
  • Good pair of waders for water hunts.
  • Recommended Shot Size-
    • Geese – BB, BBB Steel Shot
    • Ducks – #2 Steel
      *If you are using Heavy shot, you can use #2’s for geese and #4’s or #6’s for ducks

We also recommend your gun to be thoroughly cleaned before the hunt. Nothing breaks a hunters heart more then a gun that won’t function when the waterfowl start flying.

Guide Fees

Goose Hunts

Early and Regular Season Goose Hunts

Weekday$200 per gun, with $600 minimum
Weekends/Holidays$225 per gun, with $675 minimum

Late Season Goose Hunts

Weekday$200 per gun, with $600 minimum
Weekends/Holidays$225 per gun, with $675 minimum

Opening 2 day Goose Hunts

Opening weekend Early goose and Late goose seasons are $250 per gun with a $750 minimum. This includes the December split.

Duck Hunts

Regular Season Hunts

Weekday$200 per gun, with $600 minimum
Weekends/Holidays$225 per gun, with $675 minimum

Opening Weekend Duck Hunts

Opening weekend duck season hunts are $250 per gun, with a $750 minimum. This includes the 2 day split in December

Note: If you are short on your group let us know and we may be able to fill up the hunt with hunters from our call list.


3 Day Combo Hunt

Whitetail and Waterfowl combination hunts. Call for details.

3 Day Waterfowl Ducks/Geese Hunt

Including Motel with double occupancy. Call for details.

Exclusive or Private Waterfowl Hunting

Exclusive or Private Waterfowl Hunts

6 gun minimum or pay $1050 during the week and $1200 on weekends if you have less then 6 guns. If more then 6 guns the per gun rate prevails Holiday’s or opening days pricing prevails, you and your party will have the hunt to yourselves with the guides and no other hunters will be added. Per gun fee still applies if it exceeds the exclusive price. Call for details.

Corporate Package

This includes local accommodations , an evening dinner with your guide at one of the local eateries. We also can take care of any extra’s that you would like. These hunts are $350 per gun for ducks or geese $1400.00 minimum. This is a great way to entertain prospective clients or employee’s. These hunts are prepaid only at the time of booking .



A 50% deposit on the amount of hunters requested holds your date. 4 weeks notice on any cancellations on hunts are required. If a hunter drops out we need the same 4 weeks notice to be able to fill their spot, otherwise their deposit will be retained. Cancellations with less then 2 weeks notice the whole fee is required and will be deducted from your credit card or added to your bill. Deposits are non refundable. If you have given the 4 weeks notice required or the weather has postponed your hunt, then your deposit can be forwarded to a later date. However, the deposit has to be used within one calendar year to date on another hunt.

5% fee if a credit card is used to pay total bill but not on deposits. Checks or cash preferred

Balance of fee’s to be paid before the hunt begins. All prices are cash please add 5% for credit cards


Tips are not included in the guide fees and are greatly appreciated. If you enjoyed the hunt, it is customary to tip your guide. 20% is generally the norm.

Hunting Times

All hunts are AM only unless PM hunts are requested. Hunts generally run from the listed shooting hours in the morning till a limit or Noon. Early season birds may stop flying to fields by mid morning and the hunt may be called at that time. This is up to the guides discretion. Sometimes we do get to the hunting locations quite a bit earlier then the listed shooting hours to get everything set up. These are working hunts, everyone helps. So if the meeting time seems early, that is probably is why.