Rogers Goosedown Outfitters
Rogers Goosedown Outfitters offers guided goose hunting and duck hunting trips for novice and experienced hunters. We provide everything for your hunt, including high-quality decoys, trained retrievers, and offers many private and exclusive areas in Southeast Missouri.
So whether you’re planning your first hunt, and would like an experienced guide, or a seasoned hunter looking for the best areas in Missouri to hunt, Rogers Goosedown Outfitters can help you plan the perfect outing. See our Goose Hunts or Duck Hunts page for details.
Rogers Goosedown Outfitters has a variety of duck hunting locations to choose from and several species that we specialize in. We cater to parties of 2-6 people and can accommodate larger parties (please call 636-698-3526), or you can email us.
About this trip
Goose Hunting Dates & Hours in Missouri
Our hunts are open from February 7, 2020 through April 30, 2020 and are lmited to snow geese, blue geese, and Ross’s geese.
The fun starts one-half hour before sunrise to one-half hour after sunset.
What you need for hunts
Your guns, your ammo, and your tags are all you’ll need. Rogers Goosedown Outfitters will provide everything else for your hunt. From high quality decoys to a warmed up blind and a hot breakfast. Ask us about nearby lodging (and discount rates) that are just right for you and your party, and even recommend a taxidermy service after the hunt.
Our hunts are held on private land, so no need to worry about being crowded.
Rogers Goosedown Outfitters Goose Hunt Costs:
1 day hunt Missouri – $175 per person
1 day hunt Mississippi – $175 per person
Specklebelly goose hunt – $125 per person
Early/late season Canada Goose Hunts – $150
Group of 4, weekday rate for Missouri/Mississippi – $550 per day
Group of 6, weekday rate for Missouri/Mississippi – $800 per day
What to Know For Guided Hunts:
Goose hunts begin 30 minutes before sunrise till 4pm or till the guide says the hunt is over.
Spring Snow Goose Conservation Order runs from the end of January through March.
Be prepared to take all birds the day of the hunt. Guides are not responsible for the birds after the hunt.
No alcoholic drinks allowed in the blinds or in the fields during the hunt.
No retrievers allowed on hunts.
Accommodations can be made if you have knee or back problems, such as:
Lay Down Blinds