Anyone killed more than one Canadian with a single shell? I shot three today on only two shells...First season of Goose hunting, so not real sure about stuff. One of them was banded too, which I guess was pretty neat. Well feel free to give me some stories of your own. Thanks.
Funny, actually wierd to hear that, cause the flock of three that came in that I shot two in one shot outta, two of the three was banded, and I shot all three, just took two for the last bird. Odd!!! :shock:
No i haven't been fortunate enough to do that, congratulations, but just a quick question for JKreitman, are you really shooting into flocks of 50 i personally wouldn't want to educate that many birds at once, well unless it wasn't my spot
I personally would rather take a little longer to shoot out, and wait for some smaller groups of birds then burn out my spot by shooting into flocks of 50. usually you can either get a few to split off of the flock to shoot, or let them land and do something to spook them, then we will call a few of those back. but then again in our guiding business it is vital that your feilds are not burnt out
I just had one yesterday. We let 40 land in the decoys and I picked one for the first shoot and did not see the one behind him, until he started flopping too. I thought my buddy was shooting in the same spot for a minute.
Last spring while the boys and i where out there where numerous times when 3-4 birds would get killed in one shot due to them balling up r15 yards out in front of the dekes! That was awesome!! I hate them little bastards with a passion! :twisted:
I've done the 2 with one shot thing twice this season. Both by accident. Both over water. Thats ok when I'm in a 2 bird area... Had it happen once 2 years ago, in a one goose zone.. Oopppss.... Last weekend I had a triple lined up... never got a bird...lol. That only proves that it only happens when you don't intend it.
Shot 2 with one shot 2 years ago. Had a group of three coming in dead on. Pulled the trigger on the lead bird. The one behind it and to the right dropped at the same time. I looked at my brother who was standing in the blind looking at me. He had put his gun down, he never fired a shot yet. He then pulled on the third one that was leaving and un-loaded on him until his last shell brought it down. My shot had the Lead bird hit the deck cold. Second Bird had to be finished off cause I caught a wing. I was pretty impressed. Didn't do it on purpose. Never saw it happen before, but heard of many other people who have done it.
We got the heck out of the field after that, it was only allowed 1 a day at that part of the season. Kept thinkin' to myself. How do you explain that one to Mr. DNR.
I shot two snows this season..I put the bead on one snow and he went down like a stone and the other goose went down also..but he was about six feet away..must have been some deformed shot out of a full choke..It was a 40 yard shot over dekes with winchester hv 1550 bbs
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