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Opinions needed on an idea I have for goose conservation #7395587 01/04/19 04:57 PM
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I have been thinking about driving up to Arkansas or Kansas during the light goose conservation season to find birds in a field and knock on doors for permission to hunt. I have never been up there, so I am wondering if that is even a feasible idea? Would I be wasting my time, or are there enough people up there willing to let a stranger ambush some geese that are feeding on their field? Would I be more successful pulling my airboat up there and hunting the rivers? I have called some guides, but they are looking for groups to book a trip. I have been hunting alone since my hunting partner went to the light, so that is why I was thinking about looking for birds and knocking on doors instead of trying to find a guide. What do you guys think?

Re: Opinions needed on an idea I have for goose conservation [Re: Bluesea112] #7395705 01/04/19 06:53 PM
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Worth a shot at least once....if it doesn't pan out then you know not to try it again....if it does pan out then you may also develop future hunting properties/opportunities....


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Re: Opinions needed on an idea I have for goose conservation [Re: Bluesea112] #7397712 01/07/19 03:32 PM
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That is kind of what I was thinking SnakeWrangler. It would suck to make the 8 hour drive to Akansas only to strike out, but great rewards do not come without some risk.

Re: Opinions needed on an idea I have for goose conservation [Re: Bluesea112] #7397759 01/07/19 04:02 PM
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Re: Opinions needed on an idea I have for goose conservation [Re: Bluesea112] #7398092 01/07/19 09:12 PM
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Let me save you a bunch of money and time. There was a really poor hatch this year... Donít go, this is NOT the year. I actually feel sorry for the spring snow guides, they will be hating life.

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