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Another said tale of roost blasting, this time from the Missouri River. Had a barley field that has seen good numbers of birds for most of the week. Set up this mourning and got hosed by the guys hunting the sandbars on the river. By the sounds of the gunfire coming from the river they sure had fun. :puke:

Hopefully the corp cuts the water from Garrison this fall far enough to keep thus knot heads from hunting the sand bars.

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I have to disagree with you guys about hunting the water. It has happened many times in the past and if the corp doesn't cut the water flow this fall dropping the water leval far enough to prevent boat access to the sandbars. The pressure from the water hunting will push the birds out of the area for several days to a couple of weeks.

It is a question of ethics. The geese need a place to rest and if they don't have it they will find a spot. Could be upstream where the river is closed or it could be in South Dakota.

My group is not the only ones effected by this on the water slaughter of geese that are use to seeing fishing boats and get whacked drive by style.

If you guys what to hunt the geese on the water in your areas let your conscious be your guide. But leave the birds alone on the Big muddy ':******:'

Might try learning how to scout and learn how to hunt the fields like 99.9% of the hunters.
 
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