Spring Snow Goose Hunting
While you are welcome to bring a well trained retriever to camp there are a few guidelines we need to enforce:
- If you are hunting with guys other than those you came with, you must first approve using your dog with the other group members before taking the dog into the field.
- If your dog is disrupting the hunt or causing birds to flare you will have to take him back to the truck unless the other group members all agree to him staying in the field.
- You must clean up any mess left by your dog around the yard. The place to take your dog to do his business is in the hayfield directly behind the lodge and the cabin.
- Dogs will stay in their crate in the garage below the lodge. Dogs need to be supervised by their owner when out in the yard.
- If your dog growls, snaps, or acts aggressively towards other hunters or anyone at camp you will have to keep him in his kennel or on a leash for the duration of the trip. Under no circumstances can we have someone get bitten!
- Our camp is set up to accommodate one group of six hunters which is what we try to do whenever possible. If you book your hunt with less than six in your hunting party, you will likely be paired up with another partial group.
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