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Looking for a sandhill or goose hunt Big Sping area week of Jan. 15th. #7019727
01/01/18 03:56 PM
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Midland, TX
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Any recommendations? Have my boss coming in from Louisiana to Midland area a few days and thought we might try this. Both experienced hunters. Have shot cranes in Canada, but never the states. We can't shoot them in Louisiana.

Thanks.

JA

Re: Looking for a sandhill or goose hunt Big Sping area week of Jan. 15th. [Re: jadkins] #7019728
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Looking to go with an outfitter.

Re: Looking for a sandhill or goose hunt Big Sping area week of Jan. 15th. [Re: jadkins] #7019799
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Re: Looking for a sandhill or goose hunt Big Sping area week of Jan. 15th. [Re: jadkins] #7019816
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There is an outfitter close to Lubbock that is good called Crooked Wing Outfitters. Guys name is Evan Botsfield. If that isnít too far, check out their website or Facebook. Iíve even seen them on the Outdoor Channel a few times.

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