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Lots of fog and lots of other hunters but we still managed to grab A drake gadwall 2 buffle and a goose! Hope to start piling up some more geese for the late season! Anybody know when the snow geese usually start moving in? Thanks
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Congrats on your success. as far as snow geese it is more of a scout for them and find the few that move thru the area. I have seen them as early as November in Mass. North shore usually has a few this time of year. If you do find them dont delay the hunt as someone else will see them. Good Luck.
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found the snow geese and specks...along with about 30 thousand canadas yesterday morning...to bad it was in kansas
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Sounds like an awesome last day. I have heard some birdwatchers are seeing some snows moving in.
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