#1jumpshooter wrote:it depends on the season if its early season leave the decoys in family groups of 6-8 birds but still have the groups forma a pocket where you want the birds to land. If you are hunting the regular or late season forget the family groups and form your pockets for landing... The most IMPOTANT thing to remember is too make sure there is a century (decoys with the head up) placed on all sides of the spread.
IronJordan444 wrote:I took one of my Bigfoot decoys and drilled a hole in it's back and stuck my flag through it and tied some kite string to each wing through it's legs . Total cost was about $45 and works like the $250 flappers . The geese love it. I will post a video as soon as I figure out how.
Bill Herian wrote:I would rather decoy ducks, but geese, geese are another story. Jump shooting geese is like playing dodgeball with fat kids. And I love dodgeball.
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