If you're hunting local canada geese early in the season, a couple dozen will do. If you're hunting migrating geese usually the more the better. For migrators we normally don't put out under 8 dozen.
I AGREE 100%. screw those things they dont work, they crack, they scratch and are a pain if u get ones with the stakes in them, they tend to pull out of the sillies and if u dont notice u'll leave it stuck in the field. If u want to spend money get doz reg shells for around 100$ it would be better spent money. IMOBe cautious with sillies. They tend to shine, I've sold all mine for foots
Yep, being a Minnesotan myself ill agree to that one give or take a few BFs here and there.MN you can use 9 BFs during early season, 30 during reg season and 50+ for late season and do well.
And yet again i didnt think that this would make a world of difference but it did. We use to dig coffines in the field and attempt to cover up but when u really get going on the calls and get a little body movement its over, imo i believe that it helped us two-foldsConcealment. not being seen, layout blinds are best for this