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Band question #4092938 03/01/13 10:30 PM
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The closest I have come to getting a band is when I almost ran over two banded resident geese today in my neighborhood today. So my question is, if I did accidently run them over would it be acceptable to take the band? If so, would it be more proper to put the bands on my lanyard or my grill guard?


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Re: Band question [Re: sig1921] #4092946 03/01/13 10:33 PM
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I'd put 'em on your key chain and paint a little "two-goose" nose art on the vehicle. lol


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Re: Band question [Re: Slow Drifter] #4093034 03/01/13 11:04 PM
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Originally Posted By: Slow Drifter
I'd put 'em on your key chain and paint a little "two-goose" nose art on the vehicle. lol


I like that idea!

Hmm....would it be wrong to change my horn to Canada call? laugh


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Re: Band question [Re: sig1921] #4093058 03/01/13 11:11 PM
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When you do it, make sure to post pics if the dead geese, bands, and your license plate.

All seriousness , I had a resident fly into the side of my truck when I lived in OH. One if my hippie neighbors said I ran over it and called the law. Luckily I left it where it died or mr green jeans woulda wrote me a big fat ticket.

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Damn hippies!!


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Re: Band question [Re: brazosboyt] #4093146 03/01/13 11:49 PM
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Originally Posted By: brazosboyt
When you do it, make sure to post pics if the dead geese, bands, and your license plate.

All seriousness , I had a resident fly into the side of my truck when I lived in OH. One if my hippie neighbors said I ran over it and called the law. Luckily I left it where it died or mr green jeans woulda wrote me a big fat ticket.


Being two banded Canada residents I would call the GW myself.


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As that Foiles guy I am sure he can give you some pointers.


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Now if I wanted to snipe them with a .22 in a city park, I would definitely contact Foiles for pointers.


It's not skybusting, if you make the shot.
Re: Band question [Re: sig1921] #4100035 03/05/13 03:15 AM
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As long as you drive around with your lanyard hanging from your rear view, it is acceptable to put road kill bands on your lanyard.


Originally Posted By: RoosterCogburn13
I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
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casting net


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Originally Posted By: fisher6688
casting net

catch and release.


Originally Posted By: RoosterCogburn13
I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
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Originally Posted By: ishootspoonies
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casting net

catch and release.


yep just capture them take the bands off and go


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Originally Posted By: fisher6688
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casting net

catch and release.


yep just capture them take the bands off and go

I think you found a new off season sport

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might be hard, not sure if most birds let you get close enough to throw the net.


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Originally Posted By: fisher6688
might be hard, not sure if most birds let you get close enough to throw the net.

It takes a different approach than gunning them

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or just put bacon on a string so you can use the "sh!t through a goose" analogy


It's not skybusting, if you make the shot.
Re: Band question [Re: fisher6688] #4100253 03/05/13 04:36 AM
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Originally Posted By: fisher6688
might be hard, not sure if most birds let you get close enough to throw the net.

depends on how much time you put into taming them with bread


Originally Posted By: RoosterCogburn13
I like spoonie, his humor is dryer than my duck lease.
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the banded ones are very picky and have not found the right combo yet. the rest in the neighborhood like a 3/1 wheat to white ratio


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