Canada Geese, Mallards
To provide the best opportunity to shoot your limit, we use top of the line decoys, and pit blinds. We have amphibious vehicles to access the best locations.
Waterfowl season opens the first or second weekend of October, and runs through mid-January. Modoc Waterfowl Outfitters specializes both in Canada Goose and Mallard hunting.
We have over 20,000 acres of waterfowl properties. These properties consist of about 350 acres of grain fields farmed for wildlife. We have developed flooded grain fields for early season duck hunting. You will have the opportunity to hunt over clover and alfalfa fields, wild meadows, small farm ponds, and large reservoirs. The Pit River runs through the middle of our home ranch.
In the coldest months, we target mallards and honkers on some of our geothermal or "hot-ponds". Past hunters have told me that these are some of the finest hunts of their life.
Modoc Waterfowl Outfitters is based out of Alturas but hunts all over Modoc County. We have property from Davis Creek to Cedarville, including property that borders the closed zone of the Modoc Refuge.
We have 2 amphibious vehicles to get us and our gear to the best locations. One 8x8 Argo with floating trailer and one Max 6x6 to transport hunters.
We have placed 28-4 man blinds in key locations throughout Modoc County. For larger hunting parties, we have 8-10 man blinds in out best grain fields.
We hunt over top of the line decoys. Each decoy is flocked, air brushed, and put in its own storage bag. Decoys such as Drop Zone Elites, Green Head Gear, and Dave Smith.
Best Time of the Year
From start to finish we have great success. We have lots of local honkers and ducks in October and November. December and January, migration birds come through.
Be prepared for success anytime of the season. It's my responsibility to target food sources of birds to produce limited-out-hunts.
After a full day out, or a limited day, I take my hunters into the Sports Hut. Here the birds are picked, prepared table ready, and then frozen or left fresh. For worthy specimens to be taken to a taxidermist, these birds will be frozen.
Picking fees are the responsibility of each hunter.
Look at the pictures of previous hunts below.
Contact Brent at 530-640-0411 to schedule your next Canada Goose and Mallard hunt.
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