canderso wrote:Agreed with Ithaca. As long as you are being powered by a push pole, paddle or oar, you can jump shoot while moving.
Hip wrote:Thanks guys...almost feel guilty doing it....Brandt have got to be the dumbest bird out there.....
jerseydutch wrote:Jump shooting brant that are flocked is an easy way to shoot over the limit. Make sure you pick out single birds or else you will end up with may more than your 2 bird limit.Hip wrote:Thanks guys...almost feel guilty doing it....Brandt have got to be the dumbest bird out there.....
Try to give them a little more credit. They fly from the top of the world to come down here. They are a very gregarious species and do not get the pressure that ducks do as they migrate south. Some of the birds you are shooting at have never been shot at before....similar to juvenile resident geese. Not dumb but very flock oriented and niave. I am not trying to attack you but calling birds you are trying to kill dumb is a lack of respect in my eyes. When I first started hunting I thought they were dumb, but the more time I spent in the field hunting created a much deeper respect for the birds I chase.
Personally, I would stick to decoying them. They decoy beautifully and are a wonderful bird to hunt when you set up for them. Saturday, we had some groups decoy so nice, unfortunately it was every time I wasn't near the camera to take some pictures!
If you do want a true sculling experience some guys on here might be able to help. A true scull boat is much different than a kayak.
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