I think I'm staying in my home state again this year - ND.
All I do is decoy hunting, with an occasional pass shoot when the perfect opportunity arises. Most everyone I know has beefed up their decoy count and other gear, so it should be an interesting season.
Had a great day hunting Canada's near Upper Marlboro, MD. 6 of us hunted and we killed 5 over decoys. My buddy thinks he is talking to individuol geese. He has a Sean Mann call that sounds great and sometmes he really turns them and gets them in there so I can kill em. I think it would be better to have several people calling. I have a Knight and Hale which I think sounds OK and think everybody with a call that doesn't sound like a dying cat should call when they are first circling and then ease up once they set their wings.What's the vote on that subject? I love hunting but, trouble is, I'm a schoolteacher and I only get to go on weekends and holidays. I want to shoot some Snow or Blue geese this spring. I would be interested in finding a good guide service or getting an invite to any area that has a season (and geese) during my spring break, April 5- 10. I'd greatly appreciate any info on spring snow goose hunting. Thanks, Good Hunting
Hustad, the trailer is ready to rock the 100 and some floaters and 550+windsocks are ready!!! Decoyer and I have another 300 windsocks to paint but that wont take long. Im ready to start smokin snows!!!
We'll start somewhere in Missouri and work our way north thru SW Iowa, SoDak, and possibly NoDak. If I can pull it with work, I'd like to start the spring season in Arkansas. That's not looking too good at this moment however. All of our hunting is strictly over decoys.
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