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Discussion in 'Snow Goose Hunting Forum' started by hillbillyhunter, Feb 24, 2004.

  1. hillbillyhunter

    hillbillyhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    I wacked these today ( tuesday ) about 10:30 am. And ya I did have to carry all of them. It took several trips.

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  2. clindsayrun

    clindsayrun Refuge Member

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    My god I wish I lived somewhere with geese like that. We've got a 3 bird limit. I'll have to make a trip to Texas or the midwest....I can't go through life without experiencing that.

    Anyone know if snows end up anywhere in Arizona.

    -Corey
     
  3. honk

    honk Senior Refuge Member

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    nice pic
    by any chance did any of those birds have bands?
    goose shootin
    keep saving the tundra


    -honk
     
  4. Ruff

    Ruff Elite Refuge Member

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    Congrat's!!! We got these last week just south of you a ways.
     
  5. DanDan

    DanDan Senior Refuge Member

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  6. hillbillyhunter

    hillbillyhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    - Ruff-


    did you sneek the birds in your pic of decoy them?

    -hillbilly
     
  7. Shoot2Kill

    Shoot2Kill Elite Refuge Member

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    Congrats on the hunt!
     
  8. weatherby

    weatherby Moderator Moderator

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    Great pitures guys. Way 2 whack em;)
     
  9. sprig72

    sprig72 Refuge Member

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    Any time you see a pic like that where it is all adult birds it is pretty clear that you have a ditch hugger out sneaking them. If shot over decoys you tend to shoot a lot more juvy's. Clearly this is the results of a ground pounding session or a pond jump.
    Good Hunting!
     
  10. hillbillyhunter

    hillbillyhunter Elite Refuge Member

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    It was pretty much a crawling session. I must have crawled 250 yards. Ya I got wet and muddy.
     

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