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Which one would you shoot? - snow geese

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Unread 08-14-2008, 10:22 PM
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Re: Which one would you shoot? - snow geese

"they all look the same does it really matter pa :confused:" that was my response when me and pa went out goose hunting.........LOL

nice pic!!!
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    Re: Which one would you shoot? - snow geese

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    pick one within your range and keep hammering him till it falls. don't shoot at one and then another and then another.
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    Same situation yesterday with Canada geese. Picked one and shot at it until it dropped.
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    Re: Which one would you shoot? - snow geese

    Pick the closest one and drop him. I don't like to shoot at large flocks it is hard to focus on one bird at a a time. flock shooting doesn't work unless you are using a punt gun.
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