badgers21 wrote:Thanks for the quick replies. The public ground (Bong specifically) is also a zoo for pheasant hunting. I have access to some private land in Walworth county that I will also hunt this fall. I'm planning on trying out early goose in September and would love some advice. I picked up a dozen decoys and a canada hammer call. I also have a layout blind and a blind for the dog. Would this be enough?
No boat unfortunately.
badgers21 wrote:I'm more than willing to get out there and do some scouting. Is it worth doing that now, or should I wait until the season gets closer? I would assume the geese that are here now are residents and would be in similar fields in a month.
badgers21 wrote:Would a dozen goose dekes be enough for early goose? I purchased the Real Geese Magnum 3D Canada Goose Decoys because they were on sale. Any advice here would be greatly appreciated!
badgers21 wrote:What is the best time of day to hunt for early goose? Is it going to be the start of shooting hours or could I have success throughout the day?
backwoodsboy09 wrote:There's a couple of both field and marsh public spots by me. The one field I usually hunt if im not on private ground is usually empty as far as people go. The marsh varies on days and weather...I will say this though, knowing how to call will get you the birds over the other guys.
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