Spring Bow Fishing for Pickerel and Pike
Guided Duck and Goose Hunts in Vermont and New York
Upland Grouse and Woodcock
Fall foliage river tours for nonhunters
Spectacular scenery and wildlife. Bring your camcorders, binoculars and warm clothes.
Waterfowl hunting on Northern Lake Champlain is at its best on the fringes of the Missisquoi National Wildlife Refuge. This 6600-acre refuge is a resting and feeding area for many waterfowl species during fall migration. 25,000 ducks share this area with lots of Canada and snow geese. This migration stopover harbors ideal habitat for these birds. Some major foods in this marsh are wild rice, water celery, duck potato, pondweed, and sedge.
Some of the puddle ducks we hunt are blacks, mallards wigeon, pintail, gadwall, bufflehead, teal, redhead, scaup, bluebill, shoveler, wood ducks and diving ducks.
Our Lund Alaskan 18’ guide boat accommodates six people and gear. All tours and hunts are guided by Captain Gregg Campbell, Vermont native, and forestry graduate. Coast Guard licensed and insured.
We welcome handicapped and disabled persons aboard our vessel. Making friends and pleasing people are our goals.
Hotel accommodations and B&B available locally. Costs vary depending on the number of people in a party.