Montana Goose Hunting

March 25, 2009 by  
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Montana Goose Hunting

By Chris Hustad My phone rang late last summer and my good friend Lyle Sinner was on the other end. His call was straight to the point, “Hey Chris, are you interested in heading to Montana to goose hunt?” While it took all of about 2 seconds for me to decide, my decision was an […]

August Goose Hunting

March 25, 2009 by  
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August Goose Hunting

By Doug Leier Non hunters and hunters who don’t target Canada geese may be a bit take off guard when learning those hunters they’ve seen and heard are out taking part in the early Canada goose season in North Dakota–for good reason. In 1988 the US Fish and Wildlife Service annual spring waterfowl survey indicated […]

Why I Decoy Hunt?

March 24, 2009 by  
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Why I Decoy Hunt?

By Perry Thorvig There has been a lot written about the tactics needed to shoot snow geese. There are decoyers, sneakers, pushers and pass-shooters. We will see all kinds this spring as we look for opportunities to thin the population of snow geese. They may all have their place. I am one of the old […]

The Art of Missing

February 13, 2009 by  
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The Art of Missing

By PJ Maguire   There has been a lot written about shooting shotguns and the different roles of shot size, chokes, etc. It seems to me that every article I have read about shooting agrees on one thing; you can have the right choke with the right load, but if you cannot shoot, it won’t […]