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Postby micneador » Thu Mar 06, 2014 10:26 am

I'm not the guy that likes to shell out for guides, but dad is turning the big 50 this year.
So I was thinking either cranes or geese, leaning more toward cranes though.

I know a lot of people recommend curt for cranes, so he will be my go to for cranes.
Anybody know of an outstanding goose guide?
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Re: guided hunts

Postby Oklahoma Greenhead » Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:14 pm

if you wanna kill geese... and i mean lots of em. give Brad Albeck a call at Albecks Adventures.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby sooner737 » Thu Mar 06, 2014 5:46 pm

Well technically he can only kill 8/day
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Re: guided hunts

Postby okduckdude » Thu Mar 06, 2014 7:03 pm

Sooner your drunk. Go home
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Postby rebelmdb69 » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:14 pm

Man for cranes you really need to check out crane wreckers. They will put you on the birds. As far as geese either brad albeck or Shelby Anderson
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Re: guided hunts

Postby micneador » Thu Mar 06, 2014 9:42 pm

sooner737 wrote:Well technically he can only kill 8/day

:lol3:

okduckdude wrote:Sooner your drunk. Go home


:lol: :lol:

I will not be going with crane wrecker, at $225 a gun no thank you.
Plus I've already made my mind on cranes, which I probably will be going with. The goose option is only if I cant get Curt.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby JDog » Thu Mar 06, 2014 11:13 pm

Albeck for geese. No question about it.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby micneador » Fri Mar 07, 2014 12:57 am

I will not be going with crane wrecker, at $225 a gun no thank you.
Plus I've already made my mind on cranes, which I probably will be going with. The goose option is only if I cant get Curt.


To add to that, if you include a clip of a guy smacking a cranes head off with the barrel of his gun in your "promo" vid.
I'm sure as hell not giving you my business.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby Bass,Bucks,andplentyofDucks » Fri Mar 07, 2014 1:41 am

Bryan and Monte are two of the nicest guys you'll ever meet and they smash on cranes, and they will work their asses of to get you on birds. They only charge 50 bucks more than Curt. I don't know Curt but I've talked to a lot of people about him and I've never heard a good word said about. As a person anyways, he can kill birds alright from what I hear
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Re: guided hunts

Postby sooner737 » Fri Mar 07, 2014 7:38 am

Bass,Bucks,andplentyofDucks wrote:Brad and Monte are two of the nicest guys you'll ever meet and they smash on cranes, and they will work their asses of to get you on birds. They only charge 50 bucks more than Curt. I don't know Curt but I've talked to a lot of people about him and I've never heard a good word said about. As a person anyways, he can kill birds alright from what I hear

I would pay to see you and curt run into each other scouting one mornin. Thered be a corpse added to that cluttered mess you call a truck
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Re: guided hunts

Postby Bass,Bucks,andplentyofDucks » Fri Mar 07, 2014 1:04 pm

Lol If people would not try to fish my fields out from under me I wouldn't have to kill them.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby fishfurlife » Sat Mar 08, 2014 12:53 pm

Curt is a business man first and a friendly sportsman second. I was happy to move away from the general area he hunted years ago.

He is getting old enough now that I don't think he would fair well in many field battles. He is a character no doubt. He is a big fan of calling the state ALOT to tell them about all their inadequacies in managing their wildlife because he is trying to make a living by God!

He also holds the state record Saugeye for those that didn't know he fishes as well.
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Re: guided hunts

Postby me3401 » Mon Mar 10, 2014 10:01 am

fishfurlife wrote:Curt is a business man first and a friendly sportsman second. I was happy to move away from the general area he hunted years ago.

He is getting old enough now that I don't think he would fair well in many field battles. He is a character no doubt. He is a big fan of calling the state ALOT to tell them about all their inadequacies in managing their wildlife because he is trying to make a living by God!

He also holds the state record Saugeye for those that didn't know he fishes as well.


I have hunted with Curt several times. The first few times, I was extremely impressed with how hard he worked to get you on birds and the hunts were very successful. The last 3 times I hunted with him, I was not as impressed (but we did not kill many birds either, so maybe that is why I was not as impressed). I always thought that Curt was friendly enough. I thought his techniques were sound. I am thinking about scheduling another crane hunt with him this year.
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