Along with the colors of the changing seasons, Frosty mornings and warm afternoons bring migrating waterfowl. Share the fields and waters with family and friends while our guides convince flocks of waterfowl into the dekes.
While we specialize in field hunts for Canada geese and puddle ducks the diversity and abundance of water in the area offer a variety of hunting venues.
Guided hunts include the guide/handler and dogs, however your dogs are always welcome.
Smoldering Lake's bird hunters enjoy a variety of covert types during their stay.
The region is known for its expansive logging roads and “Big Woods” covers of the timberland. Here in eastern Aroostook Counties agricultural belt we are also blessed with farmland shelter belts, orchards and abandoned farmland.
Grouse are plentiful throughout the season. Most of the leaves have usually fallen by the end of the first week of October, allowing for better visibility after the flush.
Woodcock begin to migrate through the area in early October with the strongest flights occurring mid month on.