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Duck Hunting

Duck Hunting
The Klamath Basin is well known for being the number one stopover point for migratory waterfowl in the Pacific Flyway. Not only do three million ducks and geese stop over during migration but the Klamath Basin itself will have a half million waterfowl just to start the hunting season.

Roe Outfitters has positioned itself to give their guests the most and best opportunities possible during their hunt.  We lease a variety of private property from dry grain fields to natural wetlands.  In addition to the private leases we also hold one of only a few permits available on the Lower Klamath and Tulelake National Wildlife Refuges, a permit on the Upper Klamath National Wildlife Refuge, a BLM permit on the Wood River Wetlands and a Winema National Forest Permit.  Our theory is the more hunting spots to choose from the better.

Our mode of operation is simple.  Scout hard every day and then set up where the birds were the day before each hunt.  Gear is critical.  We have it all.  Twenty foot boats with mud motors and pop up blinds for marsh hunting.  Layout boats for shallow flooded field hunting and of course layout blinds for dry land duck and goose shoots.  We use the best and the most realistic decoys on the market. 

When you book your waterfowl hunt with Roe Outfitters you can rest assured that our goal is to make your hunt FUN and a success.

Reservation & Deposit Policy

A nonrefundable 50% deposit is required to confirm your reservation dates. We hunt rain, snow or shine. Dealing with weather is considered a normal part of the hunting experience. Roe Outfitters does not guarantee birds. 

Hunting trips are not without inherent risks. ROE Outfitters LLC cannot assume responsibility for injury to hunting / fishing / rafting / kayaking / canoeing / boating / snowshoeing / birdwatching / hiking and rental participants or loss of personal property. You will be required to sign a participant waiver and release prior to your trip. 

Duck Hunting Quick Facts
Season 2014/15
Oregon Duck: October 4 - January 18, 2015
Daily Bag Limit: 7
Oregon Goose:  Tentative Season Dates
October 4 -January 25, 2015
Daily Bag Limit: 4 dark & 6 white

California Duck: Early October – Late January
California Goose: Early October - late january
Typical Duck Species: mallards, widgeon, pintail, greenwing, & cinnamon teal gadwall, scaup, redhead, canvas back, ring neck and bufflehead

2014 Spring Goose: Klamath County Only!  January 23 - March 10, 2014
Daily Bag Limit: 6 whitefront & 6 white geese

Rates: $250 a day per person  Call for current package rates.