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lake lanier

Postby quack_head » Mon Aug 29, 2005 5:35 pm

Any body know where the good spots are on lake lanier. i have been looking for geese, but have seen none, anyone have any suggestions, :help:
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Postby gahunter » Mon Aug 29, 2005 7:18 pm

Sorry, I know nothing about lake Lanier. :thumbsdown:
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Re: lake lanier

Postby scotta » Mon Sep 05, 2005 9:01 am

I read your post on Duck Hunting Chat. I went to their site looking for information.

As a long time duck hunter who moved here from Florida several years ago, I decided to start back up and try out Goose hunting. There seems to be plenty of them everywhere I go and the limits are 5 birds a day. You can’t beat that but I have no idea where to start.

I was out yesterday on Lanier scouting out a place to hunt. I launched at Duckett Mill and ran around for a couple of hours looking for geese and found none.

I know they are there but I don’t know where to start looking.

Any ideas?

Scott in Alpharetta

[quote="quack_head"]Any body know where the good spots are on lake lanier. i have been looking for geese, but have seen none, anyone have any suggestions, :help:[/quote]
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Got two today!!

Postby younggun » Tue Sep 06, 2005 1:44 pm

This is my second year hunting on Lanier what I have seen of the geese they spend the day in the parks and then at night move to the island to roost. I found a group of 15 that I watch roost on monday I moved to the next island in the path they came from and set up a spread of 7 decoys on the point where they could see them make sure you cut your running lights when putting out your decoys. But about 7:35 I hit the call three times and when they flew off the island I was about 300 yards away they decoyed to me like I knew what I was doing. Got two of the 15 should have gotton three but....I got lucky...get a map and start around the parks in the afternoon around roost see where they go set up on the path. All my freinds deer hunt and so I have to go alone if you ever want to go shoot me an email. Good luck going in the morn let me know.
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