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Is there any hardcore goose hunters in West TN? I'm not a hardcore hunter but I do feel pretty accomplished taking a Lesser Canada about once a season. Any tips on hunting geese how what seems to be the best approach in West TN? Any public places that produce a good goose shotout?
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When driving around if you see some local canada's. Ask every land owner you see for permission to hunt. Cut corn fields will do you the best. I have a place where i see a nice group flying just about every morning to feed. But i havent been able to secure hunting rights yet.
Take this advice however you want. I have never been on an actual "goose" hunt. I would love to. And if you have a whole bunch of snow decoys, I can put you on some of the best conservation hunts you can imagine at our place in AR. We just literally have 0 goose decoys. So i have never put in any time.
I'd love to see one of those big honkers coasting in.
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you are not going to do much canada killing around here. not late season migrators anyway.. speck hunting is where it is at.
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