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Any reports of white geese out at greenhead yet? Had some friends hunt out there a couple of weeks ago and mentioned they saw a couple of hundred snows fly by but were concentrating on quacks and didn't pay much attention. Big game season is over and now it's the time to hit the marsh.
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I bet there are some. A bunch moving through Montana last week.
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Good number out there today. Nothing close to us but one at 100 yards. Saw some giant groups flying late but they we're far far off. Would love to bag one!
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Definately migrating. Was outside the other night at about midnight in Fernley. I could hear snow geese flying over. Coming from the North headed towards Fallon.
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Carson Lake gets lots of snows but they usually land and rest in the sump area where they are safe..........
Same with Stillwater usually in north Nutgrass that is off limits or in the middle of the big wayers that stay open with all the birds resting there and keeping it ice free.
Got to get up early to get the worm......good luck.
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