Eastern View Outfitters provides exceptional opportunities for Puddle Ducks, Diver Ducks, Canada Goose and Snow Goose Hunts during the Fall Season in the Adirondacks and Lake Champlain Region. We have opportunities from September until April to hunt a variety of Waterfowl species from Canada Geese and Greater Snow geese in dry fields. To hunting Dabbler ducks and Diver Ducks. Dabbler ducks you are likely to encounter are Mallards, Wood Ducks, Black Ducks, Green Wing Teal, Widgeon, and Gadwalls. Diver duck species we regularly see are Common Goldeneyes, Greater Scaup aka Bluebills, Buffelheads, Ringnecks, Longtail aka Old Squaw and the occasional White wing scoter. We are located in Plattsburgh, NY on the shore of Lake Champlain and a prime migration corridor in the Atlantic Flyway. We offer our guests some of the first chances at migrating waterfowl in New York State as they leave Canada. Our waterfowl hunts are conducted in traditional Staging Habitats and Resting areas in the Atlantic Flyway that migrating waterfowl use year after year. These areas are fertile agricultural regions, swamps and marshes that are traditionally used by migrating Ducks, Canada Geese and Snow Geese year after year. We hunt on thousands of acres of private farmland. We are strictly fair-chase, no feeders, or farm raised birds.
There is nothing more magical than watching a flock of Ducks lock up into the decoys, or a group of huge Greater Canada Geese work the spread feet down in your face! Fall Snow geese–We got them! We hold the only truly reliable Fall Greater Snow goose hunting in NY from October to December. Call and schedule your hunt at the best time of the season for what you are after. Our Guides and Experienced Retrievers will make sure you have an enjoyable stress-free hunt! Guides are glad to answer questions and provide details about calling and setup strategy to help you be a better Waterfowl Hunter!
Check out the quick clip of a hunt with us for Canada geese in New York’s late season from our You Tube channel featured below. Call Capt Bryce to reserve your trip!