Idaho is famous for its big-game hunting, but the southwest corner of the state is a prime destination for geese. That’s because the Snake River irrigation plain holds plenty of big water that stays open year-round, and it boasts millions of acres of agricultural fields. It should be no surprise, then, that this area fills up with honkers throughout the fall. Plus, with a wealth of public land and numerous access points, the Snake offers plenty of space to get away from the crowds. Goose season runs October through January, and the daily bag limit is four birds.