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The opening day of resident goose season I went to a resivour where I saw signs of geese no geese that after noon I went to a stream and got three honkers this past Saturday I went to the same resivour no geese tomorrow I do not have to work until ten am and was wondering if anyone had any suggestions
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You cant kill em from sitting on the couch. Kind sounds like you should go scout tomorrow morning and hunt when you know where the birds are. Better to scout a day and have a chance later in the week then hunt tomorrow and not have a clue where the birds are for the rest of the week.
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Keep scouting. Don't plan on convergences. Geese aren't deer. Find out where they are, then set up for them. Don't look for geese at 6 am and 8 pm, either. That's the roost, don't hunt the roost. You need to find them between 10 am and 4 pm and hunt them there.
Not trying to be a jerk, because I know I make errors when typing, but try and toss some punctuation in those sentences.
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