Premier Snow Goose Hunt -$300 per hunter / per day
- Limited to 6 hunters per / day (mininum of 3 hunters)
- Full day guided hunt
- Full body Avery GHG decoys, 5/8s Shells, floaters, silo-socks
- Premium layout ground blinds
- Guranteed shooting
- Lunch Included
Good morning to all of the snow goose chasers out there. This morning is one of many reports to come on the snow goose migration in the midwest. Yesterday I made a trip to Mound City to finish securing some prime cornfields this also included a nice pond that should produce some outstanding days of shooting. We saw 50,000 – 100,000 snow geese on Squaw Creek NWR there were also 10,000 or thousands of snow geese north in the hills feeding. everyone should also beware that there are large numbers of snows at Smithville Reservior, and in the Grand Pass area. The conservation action opens Wednesday, February 1, 2012
Ingredients: 2-3 snow goose breasts 1 cup orange juice ½ cup balsamic vinegar ¼ cup honey 1 tbsp. garlic 1 tbsp. cracked black pepper
Directions: 1. Make an orange juice-balsamic vinegar marinade by combining the juice, vinegar, honey garlic, and pepper.
2. Marinate the breast halves. (I don’t know how long exactly. We brought the geese in at noon and ate them at 7:30, so I guess somewhere between 1 and 7 1/2 hours.)
3. Heat canola oil in a skillet. They grow canola around Coronation, but that’s not why Tim uses it. He specifies canola oil because you can heat it to very high temperatures without the oil starting to smoke and scorch.
4. Sear the breasts quickly in very hot oil. They should be blood-rare inside. If they are so rare you are slightly afraid to eat them, they’re perfect.
5. Slice thin.
6. Serve with a dipping sauce. Tim used a local favorite, Sawmill Sesame Steak Sauce, but he said another steak sauce or mango chipotle salsa or apple chutney would work very well, too.
These photos are from February 2o – 22, 2011 don’t miss this year it should be spectacular.