Geese Duck Pheasant

Outlaw Hunting Club invites you to come hunt with us in Western Nebraska. We are located in the Panhandle of Nebraska on the North Platte River Valley. All Reservations must be made in advance.

We hunt pheasant, duck and goose with the heaviest concentration being on Canadian Geese. We offer Seven (7) pit locations for better success rate to accommodate the season's bird migration. The pit locations include: Oshkosh, Nebraska the "Goose Capitol of the World". All locations are on private farms with abundant small game where we provide a high percentage of success of taking daily bag limits.

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3,4,or 5 day hunt
  • Private Farms
  • Dates: Nov. 7 - Jan. 24
  • Rates begin @ $1,000
    (Discount Rates for Families and Groups)
  • Daily Bag Limits: 6 Mallard, 3 Geese, 3 Pheasants

Our goose hunts are mostly in corn fields, in a pit with heat and a stove. 12 Gauge 3" or 3 1/2 " with 2 shot or larger is used. Large numbers of geese are seen daily. Not only are these hunts consistently large producers of geese and ducks, they will be memorable for both the experienced and the novice hunters.


We offer a bed and breakfast atmosphere in our large ranch style house. Breakfast will be prepared for you in a heated pit each morning by your guide. Snacks will be served for lunch and a home style dinner in the evening. We can host 4-8 hunters at a time.


Hunters can fly into Denver International Airport and rent a car for the 200 mile drive to our home in Scottsbluff where one of our representatives will meet you at the airport and deliver you to our home. There is also a shuttle bus from Denver to Scottsbluff.


Pheasant October 31, 1998 - January 31, 1999
Goose November 7, 1998 - January 24, 1999
Duck October 3, 1998 - December 14, 1998
to reopen December 18 - January 10, 1999


Guns Recommended

Hunter Safety Certificate



Norbert Nau and Mike Riedel

140087 Valley Lane
Gering, NE 69341

For more information or to make reservations:



Email: mjriedel@prairieweb.com