by Nick Costas, Montana
After a successful spring chasing snows in Saskatchewan, we decided to head back this fall for dark geese, ducks and white geese.
Fall in Canada is said to be the time where the birds are unpressured, permission is easy, and the hunting is lights out without much effort. That very well may be the case for a lot of people.
For us, it was tougher. We had some great hunts and some not so great hunts, but none of our hunts were easy.
Our goal was to target consistently Speckled Belly Geese and Canada Geese on this trip. We had an area picked out and high hopes of blacked out fields of dark geese and ducks swarming the area like gnats.