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Goose and Crane? #5446418 11/27/14 11:46 PM
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Anyone recommend a good guide for both goose and crane?

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Crooked Wing in Lubbock.

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Good guys. Know their stuff. Got the right spots.

Re: Goose and Crane? [Re: Shadeabby] #5455105 12/03/14 02:58 AM
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Hunted with Blackfoot a couple weeks ago. Hunted geese in the morning with bluebird skies and ZERO wind. I just knew this was going to be a long day. I was wrong, they got 3 big groups down in our face. First shots were at 20-25 yards. Two singles later we were done.

Hit a crane field that evening and again had 3 flocks within 25 yards or so and we were done. Fun guys to hunt with as well.

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