Ducks, Honkers and Snows In
Pennsylvania & New York
for Over 20 Years
PA's Longest Running Waterfowl Hunting Guide Service
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SNOW GOOSE HUNTS
AND DUCK HUNTS
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Where Experience Matters!
James Creek Outfitters Staff Has Over
300 Years of Hunting Experience Combined
PA & New York
2016 - 2017 Season Info
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The Secret To
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At James Creek Outfitters, we offer Guided Snow Goose
hunts during the Spring Snow Goose Conservation Season,
Canada Goose and duck hunts, throughout
the Pennsylvania and New York waterfowl Seasons.
We hunt privately leased farms near the
Middle Creek Wildlife Management Area - as well as fields and water in the Finger Lakes Region of New York.
These areas annually stage large numbers of waterfowl
both on their southward and northward migrations.
For our goose hunts, we hunt the majority of time
in agricultural fields utilizing large spreads of
full body goose decoys and/or windsock decoys.
You will usually hunt from layout blinds which are carefully concealed with surrounding vegetation.
We have found the layout blinds offer the
most comfortable hunt while still being able to easily
move or shift as weather and field conditions dictate-
often during the same day.
Duck hunting set ups will vary greatly based on
the type of hunt and the species hunted.
If you are searching for a reputable Guide Service with
Feel free to look around the site.
James Creek Outfitters 1013 Acorn Lane James Creek, PA 16657
James Creek Outfitters
1013 Acorn Lane
James Creek, PA 16657
"Our goal is to have birds in your face all day long!"
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