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Book Your Guided Waterfowl Hunting Experience Today!

Book Your Guided Waterfowl Hunting Experience Today!


A World Class Hunting Experience!

Hunting for ducks and geese in and around the Pacific Northwest is something everyone should experience. Because of our geographical location, source of food, and abundance of water, these birds migrate to our region in considerable numbers every year. Bill provides an experience of a lifetime every fall for his vast clientele. So if you have a unique species you would like to knock off your bucket list, then now is the time to book that experience. 

The waterfowl hunting season starts around the middle of October and runs through the end of February. Dates and availability may vary depending on a few factors, so check with us to get all of the details.

There is a $300 per person charge for the guided hunt. The maximum number of people per guided trip is four for safety reasons. Most gear you’ll need is provided, Bill Rivas will tell you what you need.

Whether you are experienced, or your first time, the trip will create great memories. Fall guiding tours always fill up quickly, so call Bill Rivas Outdoors early to reserve your spot. Nothing but plain fun and adventure awaits; call now!

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Frequently Asked Questions

A. Because waterfowl hunting is a fall and winter sport, you should dress in layers because it can be cold, windy, and rainy.

A. Early mornings are your best time. Times vary; your guide Bill Rivas will let you know.

A. Hunting different birds could require separate licenses; check with Bill Rivas Outdoors; they will inform you of which license will be needed for your particular hunt.

A. It’s not that hard. Just bring your sense of adventure and let Bill Rivas Outdoors do the work for you.

A. Depending on the location of the hunt, yes, and on some occasions, no.

A. Bill Rivas Outdoors supplies all of the gear you’ll need for the perfect hunt.

A. On sunny days, if your eyes are sensitive to brightness, you should wear sunglasses.

A. You should wear gloves if your hands are prone to get cold. It’s best to wear the thinnest material you can get away wearing.

A. There are approximately 21 species of ducks found in Washington State; here are some of the most common:

  • Mallard.
  • American wigeon.
  • Green-winged teal.
  • Northern pintail.
  • Gadwall.
  • Northern shoveler.
  • Eurasian wigeon.
  • Cinnamon teal.

A. Yes, with the proper license. Call Bill Rivas Outdoors to learn more about hunting geese.

A. 7 ducks per day. The daily bag limit includes not more than 2 hen mallard, 1 pintail, 2 scaups, 2 canvasbacks, and 2 redheads statewide, 2 scoters, 2 long-tailed duck, and 2 goldeneyes in Western Washington.

Get ready to make memories you won't forget!

Get ready to make memories you won't forget!