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Looking to buy a half doz goose floaters to add to the duck spread this season. I know canadas will land with ducks....will snows? I rarely get canadas where I hunt, but regulary get small flocks of snows. Should I get canadas and hopefully the snows will come in. Or go with snows or specs????
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In your situation I would go for the Snow's if they are more comon to your area. Dark geese will land with the light ones and the Snow's will sure show up a lot better from a distance.
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I've shot snows and Ross geese over my mallard spread. I keep my snow call handy when hunting around here. They regulary come in and give the once or twice over. No problems with the Canada's coming either. I keep a call for them handy as well.
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We've killed snows over our mallard spread before. We had to work them for what seems like 5 or 10 minutes, but they finally got close enough for a shot. A few snow dekes would help out alot, IMO.
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