FIELD REPORTS FOR MARYLAND WATERFOWL, WHITETAIL DEER, SIKA DEER & TURKEY HUNTING ON THE EASTERN SHORE

MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE WATERFOWL HUNTING

November 28th, 2016|0 Comments

MARYLAND EASTERN SHORE WATERFOWL HUNTING

Waterfowl season is here. The ponds are full of water and it looks like a great season for geese and ducks. Early duck season was very successful with many wood ducks, teal and mallard in our area. All impoundments have corn and Japanese millet planted and the birds are feeding well.

We have installed more ice eaters on the ponds an impoundments in preparation of another cold winter.

Open Water Draws More Birds.

Eastern Shore waterfowl hunting means that diver ducks, including bluebills, canvasbacks and redheads can be found at our water blinds. Last years hunts were excellent throughout the December and January season.

This year we have a hunting lodge available for rent that will hold up to six people. The hunting lodge overlooks a sanctuary pond located outside Chestertown Maryland.

Hope to see you this year.
Thanks, David

CHESTERTOWN, MARYLAND GOOSE HUNTING

November 24th, 2016|0 Comments

CHESTERTOWN, MARYLAND GOOSE HUNTING

If you’re a hunter of waterfowl, or if you’d like to become one, you might already know that Maryland’s Eastern shore is goose hunting nirvana. This area of the Atlantic Flyway is fairly narrow, which means the birds are more concentrated. One of the best spots to hunt is in and around Chestertown, and if you want to take full advantage of an amazing experience, you’ll find a Chestertown goose hunting guide who’s sure to fit the bill.

This area of the Chesapeake Bay is loaded with honkers. It boasts the biggest population of migratory Canada geese in the United States, along with being part-time home to hundreds of thousands of snow geese. With such an abundance of birds, you’d think it would be easy to bag your limit, right? Well, it’s not.

Geese are cagey critters that have survived for eons by using their wits. Their behavior has adapted to being hunted by humans, which makes them extremely wary. The slightest thing can make them suspicious, and even when they’ve decided to land, they can change their minds at the last moment when something doesn’t seem quite right.

CHESTERTOWN, MARYLAND DUCK HUNTING

November 24th, 2016|0 Comments

CHESTERTOWN, MARYLAND DUCK HUNTING

Most avid duck hunters understand that the Chesapeake Bay area provides some of the best waterfowl hunting in the world. The numbers of mallards and canvasbacks taken from lands around the upper Chesapeake last year is staggering. Also impressive are the numbers of other duck species harvested during the season, including woodducks, pintails, and black ducks. Much of the action is centered on the Eastern Shore, near places like Chestertown, Maryland. A typical Chestertown duck hunting guide stays busy from October through the end of January.

Why is the Chesapeake Bay area so conducive to duck hunting? If you were to see the area from a plane or helicopter, you’d begin to understand. The region is crossed by numerous streams and rivers, and it’s peppered with lakes, ponds, and marshes. Another key fact is that this area is located on the Atlantic Flyway, and many waterfowl spend the fall and winter months feeding on wild plants and cultivated crops.

In addition to plentiful food sources, ducks find something else they require: cover. Along the many waterways on the Eastern Shore are woods, bushes, tall grasses, hidden marshes, and secluded coves. And while all these hiding places are great for the ducks, it can prove quite challenging to duck hunters. For a successful hunting trip, it’s best to hire a professional like a Chestertown hunting guide service.

What advantages are there in using a Chestertown duck hunting guide? For starters, these […]

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