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Discussion in 'Goose Hunting Forum' started by Tbgoose, Feb 5, 2017.
with work and family I get in roughly 17 days a season wish it was more but maybe a whole lot more when I retire
So a second part would be what do you consider a successful year? Is it the number of birds? How well you dog/s work or something something else?
For me this year has been a very successful year not only because of numbers. My 10 year old daughter killed her first goose, my middle daughter loves calling and has had several come in while she is calling. Last is I was able to take part in a youth hunt and get a couple young guys their first limits. Great year for me but comes to a close this weekend.
Typically I consider a year successful if I'm still alive and relatively uninjured at the end of it
Like Trevor says above but a great memorable hunt this season was with my daughter woke up at 2 am drove hour and a half to a hunting area sat in blind for a hour at 24 degrees with a small propane heater going for her to keep her warm an cozy till shooting time and talked and laughed all morning had two small groups of geese come in and got my limit on dark geese was a great day.
31 days this year.
I usually hunt 30-40 days per year. ANYmore, I hunt mostly weekends, but start hunting in Illinois early, and finish late in Arkansas. I had pneumonia that kept me out of the game for about 3 weeks this year.
Her first goose
50 days, 3-4 per week then a weeks vacation also