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So since most parties for opening day have been assembled, i'm wondering what a guy can do to get some goose huntin in?

I have available to me:

land in almont with access to a bean farm on one side. (do geese go for that like corn fields? I may be able to set up a blind if I can get some dekes in time)

lac sainte-clairre I have a boat but it's the one in my avatar
I can use it to take me places and maybe set up away from the boat?

i'd hunt in the middle of m-59 if it were legal


I don't know where else, that's why i'm axin.

On a side note, I would like to hunt the milford area one day so if anyone's up for that lemme know.

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QUOTE(fish n chicks @ Aug 13 2009, 01:35 PM) <{POST_SNAPBACK}>So since most parties for opening day have been assembled, i'm wondering what a guy can do to get some goose huntin in?

I have available to me:

land in almont with access to a bean farm on one side. (do geese go for that like corn fields? I may be able to set up a blind if I can get some dekes in time)

lac sainte-clairre I have a boat but it's the one in my avatar
I can use it to take me places and maybe set up away from the boat?

i'd hunt in the middle of m-59 if it were legal


I don't know where else, that's why i'm axin.

On a side note, I would like to hunt the milford area one day so if anyone's up for that lemme know.

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They dont normally go to bean fields this time of year. Cut hay fields are the best.
 

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Here is a plan. You guys hide against the sea wall at Selfridge in the water. Since I have access, I will go there with my dog and chase them birds right off the sea wall. You stand up and stoot them as they fly over your head. Too easy!
 
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