Snow goose is fine-grained meat that breaks down easily, making it the ideal candidate for a spread. Despite the bad rap it’s often given as table fare, roasted snow goose can compete with any protein needed to make a special starter to your dinner party.
To the uninitiated, spring snow goose hunting might just seem like another corner of the waterfowl world. It’s not—and it’s not for the faint of heart, either. No matter how hard you try, success often boils down to being at the right spot at the right time. Here are two types of people who can help you make that happen.
Flawless guns and a ton of birds that have seemingly never seen a decoy in their lives: What more can a waterfowl hunter ask for? How about a group of friends that know how to pile on the laughs—and insults—to make it a truly memorable experience. That’s Canada. And if you’ve never experienced it, well, you’ve got some planning to do.
A group of Pennsylvania hunters who were caught harvesting well beyond the legal limit of snow geese earlier this year have been sentenced, and face a combined $55,000 in fines.