aunt betty wrote:I KNOW where the X is and I drive all around looking for Y. X is a really large lake in the middle of town (SAFETY).
WHY? Y=feeding fields.
Every day the geese go from X to Y and from Y to X. It's pretty easy to set up somewhere between the two points. It's not an exact science but this gives you flexibility to use lots of different fields. X may be 5-10 miles or more away from Y.
Then when the big flyby happens there is always a couple "lost" geese that are zigzagging looking for where did everybody go...
Those are the ones you want to focus your efforts on. Them little lost bunches. If you use this tactic you can kill geese and they won't catch on UNLESS you shoot at big flocks.
Rule of thumb: Don't shoot at a flock that has more in it than you can legally kill at THAT moment.
This is a tough rule but you'll kill more geese if you pass up on the big flocks.
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