RUSH CREEK WATERFOWL HUNTS
The North Platte River valley holds some of the superlative Mallard duck and Canada goose hunting in the entire United States. Birds spend their days spiraling in and out of agricultural fields feeding, while also taking trips back to the river to loaf and roost through the night. Waterfowl hunts occur in heated pit blinds or in mobile blinds such as layout and panel blinds, depending on the current patterns of the birds.
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Hunting is allowed from late October to the end of January for ducks, and to the beginning of February for geese. The sheer number of honkers, greenheads, and other aquatic bird species that call the North Platte River home during their migration can create fast paced and feet down hunting.....waterfowling as it was intended to be.