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Ross goose #7676298 11/30/19 07:39 PM
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I am a hunter and collector living in Michigan. Does anyone know of a hunting opportunity that would give me a better than average chance at a Ross goose? I appreciate any advice provided...

Re: Ross goose [Re: goosehunter51] #7676523 12/01/19 01:40 AM
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I’d suggest trying the Spring conservation season. Kansas or maybe Arkansas. You would get to target snow geese and would have a good chance at shooting some Ross geese.

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Originally Posted by MikeOH
I’d suggest trying the Spring conservation season. Kansas or maybe Arkansas. You would get to target snow geese and would have a good chance at shooting some Ross geese.

Originally Posted by MikeOH
I’d suggest trying the Spring conservation season. Kansas or maybe Arkansas. You would get to target snow geese and would have a good chance at shooting some Ross geese.


Arkansas the last two seaons has had a bust of conservation goose hunting. Everything is shortstopped in MO. Find a guide there.


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Kansas kills quite a few to what I know.


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Re: Ross goose [Re: goosehunter51] #7678167 12/03/19 12:24 AM
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Go to Canada next year. We shoot loads of them in Saskatchewan.

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Arkansas Spring Conservation

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