Thanks for your comments on the post at the top of this page. DaveC......do you find that it's a little worse with folks going after snows than ducks or honkers? I'm not trying to bash anyone for hunting snows - it just seems they pattern differently and don't tend to fan-out to other fields from a roost ('hub') like ducks and especially honkers. Seems like snows decide on one field and 20bazillion try to hit that field at once......along with 20 hunters. I don't hunt snows, but I've noticed (from hearing fist-hand accounts) there seems to be more competition among those that DO, in September and early October when there's more 'tourists'. I think I've heard more horror stories about bad behavior with regard to getting on 'snows'...........and I think that's because of the time and equipment 'invested' in the effort. Boy! I can only imagine how cut-throat it could get if you went to a one-time 6-day license for snows, but I guess it depends on how heavily-publicized the area you choose to hunt is.