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Discussion in 'Waterfowl Hunting' started by Len Backus, Jun 15, 2008.
Nice pic, subject and timing.
A great study of shapes and motion. Especially the second two from the upper right.?????
Also, the three or 4 birds, one bird below them are nearly exactly synchronized.
You've proved the point there there is uniformity in chaos.
I must really be weird
BTW, brought a dead goose home once and did the cook it thing. Not very good. I'll stick to the pics.
pick one within your range and keep hammering him till it falls. don't shoot at one and then another and then another.
I would shoot the one closest to me, if I shot at all. I have been in a similar situation before and only watched the first time. There were 3 of us just awe struct by the moment. The second time my youngest son was in on leave from the Marines and we shot. Collected 9 geese in 6 shots, all snows. We watched for any other wounded geese, but none indicated. He still brings it up sometimes as the best goose hunting moment of his life. Out of 3 sons, he alone is the only one who has a real interest in the hunt and can shoot well enough to take advantage of such a situation. Great picture!!!!
I think i would shoot the one in the middle Cool pic Len.
The one with the band.
The Flappin' Traveling Wilbury's. Sorry Dog, and the rest of you, couldn't resist.
I would shoot at the one on the left.
"they all look the same does it really matter pa " that was my response when me and pa went out goose hunting.........LOL
Same situation yesterday with Canada geese. Picked one and shot at it until it dropped.
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.