Jordi & Tanielle Sullivan will be your hosts and guide. We have lived, guided and hunted this area of Alberta from the start of our hunting years. We know the area very well, and are highly qualified in all aspects of the operation. With generous limits and a large area to access, we pride ourselves on giving our clients safe, comfortable and successful hunts.
Transportation/Arrival at Camp
All our hunters must transport themselves to and from camp. Some groups rent a vehicle(s) and drive out themselves, while others get personal transportation out to camp (limousine). We recommend that you arrive at camp the evening before your hunt date.
We offer our hunters deluxe country-style lodging and home cooked meals. Our rooms accommodate two hunters per room, and all modern amenities are present to provide you with both comfort as well as a relaxed atmosphere.
The Day of Your Hunt
Like all hunts,we start early, rising early about 4 a.m. We have a small breakfast and then head for the fields. On most mornings, we are loading decoys and our morning limit by 10:30am and heading back to camp. Upon arrival back to camp, our cook with have a large and hearty breakfast ready to serve. We all tend to eat too much, then exchange a few stories.
At about 2 p.m., we will have lunch and then prepare for the evening hunt. Most evenings are spent duck hunting either in a grain field on a pond or along the Vermilion River. After the evening hunt, we return to camp for supper. Our cook prepares a variety of different foods.
Packing and Items to Bring
Alberta's climate is classified as northern cool-temperate. In September and October, when we hold our hunts, the temperature can range from 68F (20C) to -4F (-20C). The former temperature occurs much more often than the latter temperature, in fact, Alberta is renowned for it's beautiful blue, clear skies and sunny weather in the fall.
You should bring typical fall hunting gear including a jacket, sweaters, cap and rain gear. Your shotgun and personal medications should not be forgotten. Feel free to contact us prior to your departure for the latest weather forecast.
We use all the newest and most innovative lay down blinds as well as decoys. We have all the tools to ensure each specific hunt has the proper equipment to bring the birds into the spread nearly at your toes. Our decoys are the newest in full body and shell design, along with having a 500+ snow goose spread. Each year we try to keep up with the trends and better our equipment with the latest and greatest.
Generous daily bag limits allow for 8 ducks and 8 geese with 24 allowed in your possession. Only 4 Pintails are allowed in the daily bag limit of 8 ducks, as well as a limit of 5 White-fronted Geese allowed with the daily bag limit of 8 Dark Geese. Also, the Snow Goose limit per hunter is 50 per day with no possession limit.
Here is a quick map to show approximately where our hunting area is located.