Well if you lifted the availability restrictions id hunt in the middle of blackwater refuge. You're right in the middle of the best I've seen md offering. Now that whole 2 goose limit thing...don't get me wrong, but I laugh when I see guys saying they shot a 5 man limit of geese, but don't add in it was a AP zone limit. You don't get the opportunity to get a REAL hunt in with that short of a limit. Now ducks, you are certainly in the thick of the best of MD and that's the reason ill pay $12 to come across the bridge. But geese, you'd have to come up to the RP zone to get your best canada hunting in. Throwing out a dozen full bodies and sitting in a comfy stand up blind that sticks out like a sore thumb will not get you a 30 goose day up here my friend. You have to get up early and work for the birds and lay in muddy layouts. In my opinion, that's the best kind . of hunting, where you get to work and overcome challenges for the birds. Beating the odds and adapting to conditions over a full morning hunt gives you the opportunity to make memories. Shooting 2 geese and packing it in on the first volley short changes yourself that opportunity to grow and learn and spend time with family and friends having fun. But, I have to take the good with the bad because our duck hunting up here is crap. If you even just see 100 ducks in a morning hunt you're getting more action than 90% of guys. So the duck hunting has to be on the shore. Snows, obviously the eastern shore is tops. Sorry, tried not to jack the thread on AP goose limits, but when I see those blinds on the bay I laugh every time and can't believe guys kill birds out of them. We do so much work in the RP zone to be concealed that it doesn't seem real that that is "hunting" to some guys
does having multiple screen names on a forum and having a conversation with yourself make you an extra special rock star hunter?