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i know this probably varies from state to state, but is it legal to use stuffed geese for decoys? saw a guy put out a spread of about fifty stuffers and he couldn't keep the geese away. also, what is the rule for dead geese? do they have to be picked up right away, or can the be left in the spread till the end of the hunt?
 

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Stuffers are legal, but they are a pain in the butt. You have to have a great place to store them where mice and other rodents wont get into them. Not to mention the cost per decoy is very high. They are very effective, but not practical for most hunters.
 

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Are you talking about around 55 stuffers in the snow goose breed??? This ****'s getting old!!! :lol:

If you pulled this from another forum, please DO NOT bring Terry's crap here!!! :lol: Read a little more on the other site and you'll get my drift. :D

If you read another site, I'm very sorry about my previous statements. Yeah, stuffers ARE awesome, but a major pain in the butt to keep clean and realistic, just like NR says, especially if you have a lot of mud or dust, dust'll ruin a stuffer in no time, along with just a little mud!!!

If you decide to use them, more power to you, but keep them clean and in good shape, you'll have no problem sucking down the geese.
 

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As for picking up downed geese, we just leave them where they fall in the decoy field until the end of the hunt.

They add a nice addition to the spread--sometimes we have to adjust them a little to make them look alive, and hide some carnage. :shock:
 

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#1Waterfowler said:
Are you talking about around 55 stuffers in the snow goose breed??? This $hit's getting old!!! :lol:

If you pulled this from another forum, please DO NOT bring Terry's crap here!!! :lol: Read a little more on the other site and you'll get my drift. :D

If you read another site, I'm very sorry about my previous statements. Yeah, stuffers ARE awesome, but a major pain in the butt to keep clean and realistic, just like NR says, especially if you have a lot of mud or dust, dust'll ruin a stuffer in no time, along with just a little mud!!!

If you decide to use them, more power to you, but keep them clean and in good shape, you'll have no problem sucking down the geese.
You a member of that site too. If I hear one more thing about them damn stuffers I am gonna puke. Stuffer this and stuffer that. It is starting to piss me off.
 

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Geese are good with stuffing! Try also: potatoes, gravy, and the vegetable of your choice. :lol:

The other guys are right about the hype of this method of decoying on other sites. Can't say that I am a fan of all of the BS. Enjoy the way you hunt and don't put others down for their methods.
 
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