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Waterfowl Hunting 

Bird hunters flock to the Klamath Basin (sorry couldn’t resist the pun). Biologists estimate that 80% of the birds in the Pacific Flyway stop in the Klamath Basin. That’s a whole lot of beaks! With the basins lakes, wetlands, rivers and ponds the water attracts great numbers of birds and the variety is fantastic. From the big canadian honkers to tiny (and fast!) teal and a whole lot in between variety is the name of the game. That’s true of terrain too. You might hunt a flooded grain field, wetlands, lake or potato field with ROE guides. We’re happy to visit with you about options!

In the heart of the Pacific Flyway, the area is famous for its goose and duck hunting. Our home base is the city of Klamath Falls, Oregon which is located approximately 6 hours north of California’s bay area and 5 hours south of Portland Oregon.
Our mode of operation is simple. Scout hard every day and then set up where the birds were the day before each hunt. Hunt locations are not predictable. We never know where we will hunt day to day because of our scouting regime and the changing bird patterns. We want every option available to us available for you and the guides choose the hunt location based on scouting and guide experience. A variety of grain, pasture marsh and pond hunting are available on refuges and private ranches.

We hunt a wide variety of terrain and have a variety of equipment to meet our hunting needs. For field hunting we use individual Final Approach blinds. We also depend on lay-out boats when necessary or a 20-foot custom hunting boat with blind and Mud Buddy motor for marsh and lake hunting. We use a variety of decoys depending on the situation. Sometimes we use six decoys in a spread and sometimes we use 200.

Each hunt with ROE Outfitters is guided. Your guides are dedicated sportsman and have a passion not only for hunting waterfowl but for teaching and guiding others in the sport. We have seasoned waterfowl guides ready to guide your hunt.

Duck and Goose

Oregon Duck Hunting
Oregon Duck Hunting

In general we find that we shoot primarily ducks in October along with whitefronts and local Canada geese. As November rolls around along with lots of duck shoots, the goose migration starts to bless us and usually gets going heavy from mid-November through January. As the open water freezes in December and January we find ourselves shooting mainly Canadian Geese, Mallards and Widgeon as most of the other ducks and Whitefronts move on.

Due to a large number of specks in our area, fish and wildlife is allowing a special spring hunt once again in the Klamath Basin only. These birds do a lot of damage to area fields and it has become necessary to thin their numbers. We will be guiding this season from mid February through early March. Space is limited so please call soon to book your trip. Previous years have been fun and productive hunts. Hunting is on private property only. Check our quick facts on this page for season dates and bag limits.


Single Hunter $300 per day
Two-person Minimum.
Must hunt for two or more days.

Trip Length:

2 or more days


October – January

Group Size: 
minimum two / maximum five per guide
(groups of two will be partnered with other groups)

Minimum Age:
10 with hunter’s safety and an accompanying adult.

License Requirements:
Oregon hunting license
Oregon waterfowl stamp
Federal duck stamp
Hunters safety if under 18.
Buy Oregon License Online

Trip Begins/Ends:
Klamath Falls Oregon – ROE office.
5391 Running Y Road, Klamath Falls OR 97601

Activity Location:
We hunt on private and public lands throughout Southern Oregon. Most hunt locations are 20 minutes to an hour from the ROE office.

Nearest Airports:
Commercial – Medford Oregon (MFR)
Private: Klamath Falls Oregon (LMT)

Ready to Book Your Adventure?

Call: 541.884.3825
Email: info@roeoutfitters.com


12 or 20 gauge shotgun

Ducks – #3, #2 / Geese #2 & BB

  • Chest Waders
  • Camo Waterproof Coat
  • Layers
  • Camo Facemask
  • White Facemask
  • Oregon Licensing
  • Day Pack With Bottled Water & Snacks
  • Sunscreen
  • Binoculars
  • Eye Protection
  • Hearing Protection
  • Camera
  • Hand Warmers
  • Toe Warmers

Dress for the weather. We hunt rain snow or shine so dress appropriately. We recommend waterproof boots, field pants, coat and hat. You MUST HAVE CHEST WADERS even though we don’t ware them every day. Layer according to the temperatures.


We hunt on refuges, rivers, lakes, marshes and private property throughout the Klamath Basin.  Most properties are about 20 minutes to an hour from the ROE office.


Canadian and Whitefront geese, Mallards, Pintail, Widgeon, Gadwall and Teal or experience open water diver hunting.


See below for how our season looks year to year.  Keep in mind this can change with conditions every year.  This is just a guideline.



All reservations are charged in full at the time of booking. If you need to cancel or modify your reservation for any reason you are required to notify us 30 days prior to your scheduled tour.  If you need to cancel prior to the 30 day notification period a 50% refund will be given. Reservations are considered final 30 days prior to your scheduled tour and are not eligible for any refund OR rescheduling.

We do not sell travel insurance but recommend that you purchase travel insurance for your trip. We recognize that plans can change and emergencies can happen. Our cancellation policy applies regardless of the reason for cancellation. Travel insurance can help if you must change or cancel your plans.


Single Hunter $300 per day
Two-person Minimum.
Must hunt two or more days.



Hunting trips are not without inherent risks. ROE Outfitters LLC cannot assume responsibility for injury to hunting participants or loss of personal property.

All participants are required to sign a participant agreement before the hunt begins.

If under 18: A parent or legal guardian must also sign the participant agreement.

Please note and understand that our staff and management have the right to refuse anyone participation rights if they do not meet the hunting requirements or if it is deemed unsafe for them or anyone else in the group to participate.  Hunter safety is the top priority.  If any participant demonstrates unsafe behavior, appears intoxicated or under the influence of drugs or medication that may affect their judgment or abilities or for any other reason the staff believes they may present a risk to themselves or others by participating, they will not be allowed to participate in the hunt. Staff has the final say on participation.

Ready to Book Your Adventure?

Call: 541.884.3825

Email: info@roeoutfitters.com