klist wrote:klist wrote:
there we go. maybe someday ill get another one, but that sucker was just huge!!! feeding on corn and flying less than 2 miles to roost in CA makes for a big dam goose. the smaller one is the normal size we get, where the other one came from i dont know.
and im not a small guy- bout 5 '9, 160-170, and my hands aint small
Just for the record I am 6'4" 320, so 5'9" 160 is small to me. I have doubts that is close to 17.
ILgoosehunter12 wrote:lukea.becker wrote:ok waterfowler edge it is. guess i get my hunting shows confused. ANYWAYS. . .i want a 24 pound goose ha
im just givin yea crap. i DVR'd both them shows. i loved the episode of Waterfowlers edge today. i didnt like the RNT-V one that good. i wander how big a 24 pound goose would be.
bamaduckhunter wrote:last season out in KC, Missouri my brother and I both shot very large geese. My biggest at about 19lbs and his at 21lbs....it was late season so they had been feeding on corn all year too . A 24lbs goose wouldnt surprise me to bad.
lukea.becker wrote:Ok guys i was watching that RNT waterfowlin show and they were talking about all the different species of geese we have and the only one i had never heard of was a maximus. They said this thing can get to 24 pounds. I personally have never shot a 24 pound goose but im wondering where i have to go to make that happen. I goose hunt typically in Illinois, are those monster geese out there and i just havent gotten one yet? thanks
joshex1 wrote:And the second place to find a 24#+ goose? drive around your local malls, you know the ones with those ponds outside that always have canada geese camped out there, those geese are also pampered they feel safe there so they stay all year round theres no predators in the city, and they rarely get chased by kids, and it's illegal to hunt there and they get free food from the ponds and grass. most of those are 23# and up you can tell just by looking at them. they are big honkers for sure.
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