I've been looking for videos online on how to call geese. Everything I pull up is some guy demonstrating how to run a call. I know how to make a goose call sound good (so I'm told , but I really don't know what I'm doing when it comes to calling geese in. I know how to work ducks well, but as for geese, I'm lost. Especially on field hunts, if I don't get them on a string, I'm at a loss on what to say to them. On the marsh I seem to have a little better luck and getting the geese to circle back and drop in. My experience in the fields usually goes this way. Start off, I'm forced to run traffic (I know, find the x) which is usually a hit-or-miss spot that gets some birds, here and there. I'm not in a Walmart parking lot- so I'm not totally out of the game. When I see a distant flock, I'll hit them with moderately loud hail honks and high/low clucks. Work the flag a bit to draw some attention. If they turn towards me, I tone it down in volume. If they commit and really start getting low, I go to the murmer and moans. Then I shoot them in their faces, if it all works out. Winning! I'm the best caller/goose hunter this side of the Mississippi. Check out my Instagram page fellas.....but usually not the case. The problem lies when I get the geese to head my way, and they just give me a passing glance. I never get them to give me another pass. With ducks, I can get them to work back around, but not with the geese. All I do, when I know that I've lost them, is hit them with a come back call. It never turns them. Only a couple of times have I had the come back call work, and oddly enough, those were the times when we shot into them and I brought the flock back (while fumbling to reload with one hand in a buttoned-up layout blind). Is that normal for geese in fields to only give you one look? I bought and studied the Bad Grammar dvd series by Scott Threinen (last name?). He shows the birds turning and coming back around, but he's on the x usually. I tried to emulate the different calls he uses without success. Any advice on how you guys work geese would be great. Like Tim Grounds said "anyone can kill geese while sitting on goose s--t".