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Let’s see what happens 

last 3 times I didn’t have one fly over and it’s quite again this morning

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Goose hunting at my spot has been terrible for the last three years. It used to be awesome. Don't know why. Seems like their migration patterns have changed. 

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46 minutes ago, Lunatic said:

Let’s see what happens 

last 3 times I didn’t have one fly over and it’s quite again this morning

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Have they been landing in that field at all? May need to change areas looney

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5 minutes ago, maximus66 said:

Have they been landing in that field at all? May need to change areas looney

Very few fly over. They got up from the river about 30 minutes ago and none cane over our corn fields 

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1 minute ago, Lunatic said:

Very few fly over. They got up from the river about 30 minutes ago and none cane over our corn fields 

You can’t hunt near the river? What zone you in?

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I can hunt within a the limits of the farm I’m in. The river is about 1/2 mike away, z12

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Good friend of mine got a nice coyote this morning while goose hunting.  He wanted a goose breakfast but got a steel ending 

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2 hours ago, Lunatic said:

Let’s see what happens 

last 3 times I didn’t have one fly over and it’s quite again this morning

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What site is that? And do you feel it helps with shooting waterfowl?

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I don't hunt geese but this morning they were in the field next to my house for the FIRST TIME this year and they are usually flying around and we hear them but hardly any this year ?

Zone 14

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Thousand of Geese around Tech School in East Brunswick. I think they are becoming grass dependent. 

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