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Do any of you guys know of a good guide in Oklahoma for light geese?
I have a friend who would like to take his grandsons on a hunt.
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They would probably be better off taking them to Ar or Tx. Hunting snows can be spotty anywhere but from my experience and what I have heard most guides don't offer these hunts in Oklahoma due to low success rates. Just my 2 cents.
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garmater wrote:They would probably be better off taking them to Ar or Tx. Hunting snows can be spotty anywhere but from my experience and what I have heard most guides don't offer these hunts in Oklahoma due to low success rates. Just my 2 cents.
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Don't go to TX. Head to NW Missouri and Eastern AR. The TX birds in my experience are gone come the beginning of March. I know when I lived on the coast, it was tough to kill a white bird after the middle of February. It is a little different on the TX prairie, but not much. Now, you can kill all the specks you want in February on the coast.
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