Hey does anyone know where there are geese within a reasonable distance of Brookings? I go to college at SDSU and dont know this area yet. Any information anyone has would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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We also have 2 fantastic threads full of information on exactly what you're looking for including water conditions, restrictions, maps, etc:
http://www.nodakoutdoors.com/forums/vie ... hp?t=27399
http://www.nodakoutdoors.com/forums/vie ... hp?t=15445
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Don't know what I was thinking, I have only lived here for 45 years.the professor said:
I was never been turned down because I was an SDSU student. It does not hurt to get away from the imediate brookings area though, due to the amount of hunters that like to stay close to campus. Like the other guys said, find a good group of guys to hunt with and put some windsheild time in.ATA BOY said: