Kaska Goose Lodge is located in southeastern quadrant of the 5,000 Acre Kaskattama River delta, about 45 miles west of the Ontario border. The Kaskattama River delta area contains islands, sandbars, large mud flats and salt marshes making it an ideal habitat for numerous species of shorebird, raptors and waterfowl. This rich ecosystem holds lesser snow geese and Canada geese, with daily recorded bird counts as high as 50,000 and 10,000, respectively.

The Hudson Bay Lowlands have abundant feed to attract and hold the migrating geese. Low bush blueberries, lingonberries, gooseberries, wild raspberries and cloudberries are favorites of migrating waterfowl. Geese are also attracted to the wild celery, which is plentiful in the marshy areas along the Hudson Bay coast

Kaska’s hunters have the option to hunt the Kaskattama River delta via Argo all-terrain vehicle or to board our Bell Long Ranger helicopter and travel farther afield to access areas where the flocks of migrating snow geese are staging and feeding before beginning their long flight south.

Snow Goose

Ross's Goose

Canada Goose



Sandhill Crane

Every Hunt is an Adventure at Kaska!

At Kaska Goose Lodge, every hunt can turn into a memorable adventure. Whether you hunt the island and head out to your hunting blind via Argo all-terrain vehicle, or opt for a heli-hunt, adventure awaits you around the next bend in the trail, on the other side of a beach ridge or in a stand of willows.

Black bears, timber wolves and even the occasional polar bear frequent the Kaskattama River and the trails near the lodge and have been known to wander into camp, attracted by the tantalizing smells emanating from the Kaska kitchen.

Moose are often spotted in the bush across the river from the lodge.

Polar bears can be seen dug into the beach ridges along the coast of Hudson Bay, biding their time until the ice is back on Hudson Bay and they can again hunt seals. Occasionally, our hunters have had to demure to a white bear that has staked claim to one of our driftwood hunting blinds along the coast.

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