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Waterfowl Hunts

Most of our water hunts take place on the tidal Potomac in Virginia waters. We have numerous private blinds that offer a variety of waterfowl opportunities including Canada geese. We have back water marsh blinds where we take puddle ducks such as mallards, pintails, black ducks, teal (both green and blue wing), gadwalls, wigeon, and of course wood ducks . We have one such marsh that is uniquely special for blue-wings and pintails.

We also have a great number of big water blinds for when the divers come down or when the back waters freeze bringing out the puddle ducks to dwell with the divers. We take a large number of blue-bills, redheads, ring-necks, and we have some of the best canvasback areas on the east coast.

(Brandon Scherff of the Redskins)

We also provide some excellent opportunities for field hunts for Canada geese in central Virginia. All of our hunts are performed from layout blinds. We have one area that is excellent for lessors. Our September water hunts for Canada's are very productive hunts as well and a great way to kick off your hunting season.


Seasons And Bag Limits


September Canada Goose

Season Dates:
September 1 - September 25
Bag Limit:
10 daily, 30 in possession
Hunt Area:
Statewide
Shooting Hours:
East of I-95
  • September 1 - 16: ½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset
  • September 16 - 25: ½ hour before sunrise to sunset
West of I-95
  • September 1 - 20: ½ hour before sunrise to ½ hour after sunset
  • September 21 - 25: ½ hour before sunrise to sunset

Special Requirements:

In addition to a HIP registration number, a federal migratory duck stamp, and a Virginia Migratory Waterfowl Conservation Stamp (unless license exempt) are also required to hunt geese during this season.

September Teal

Season Dates:
September 16 - September 30
Hunt Area:
East of I-95
Season Dates:
September 21 - September 30
Hunt Area:
West of I-95
Bag Limit:
6 daily, 18 in possession* (any combination of blue-winged and green-winged teal)
* Note: Hunters are cautioned to positively identify their ducks before shooting, since other species, such as wood ducks, may be in the area.
Shooting Hours:
½ hour before sunrise to sunset
Special Requirements:
In addition to a HIP registration number, a federal migratory duck stamp, and a Virginia Migratory Waterfowl Conservation Stamp (unless license exempt) are also required to hunt teal during this season.

Duck Season

  • October 6 - October 9 (Black duck closed)
  • October 21 and February  3 (Youth Days)
  • November 15 - November 26
  • December 16 - January 28

Daily Bag Limit: 6 ducks, any species except for the following restrictions: can include no more than 4 mallards (only 2 can be hen mallards), 4 scoters, 4 long tailed ducks, 3 wood ducks, 2 redheads, 2 scaup, 1 pintails, 2 black duck (except closed during Oct. 7-10), 2 canvasbacks, 1 mottled duck, and 1 fulvous whistling duck.

The possession limit is three times the daily bag limit. No person may take more than one daily bag limit in any one day.

Canada Goose

Atlantic Population Zone (AP)

  • November 15 - November 26
  • December 22 - January 28

2 geese per day (6 in possession).

Southern James Bay Population Zone (SJBP)

  • November 15 - November 26
  • December 18 - January 14
  • January 15 - February 15

3 geese per day: Nov. 18-29 and Dec. 19-Jan. 14; 5 geese per day: Jan. 15-Feb. 15

Requirements:

You must have a  HIP registration number, a federal migratory duck stamp, a Virginia Migratory Waterfowl Conservation Stamp and a valid Virginia hunting license when hunting  geese and ducks.

We are USCG licensed and fully insured for your protection.

Contact us at:

540-735-5391 or teddycarr@verizon.net




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